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Several injured in major Raleigh accident

| Oct 11, 2018 | Car Accidents

Unfortunately, many Cary area families have been affected by a car accident. Although, most of these car accidents are not serious, the ones that are can turn a family upside down.

A serious car accident recently occurred in downtown Raleigh. Two cars crashed at the intersection of North Salisbury and West Edenton Street. One of the cars that was hit went up on the sidewalk where it hit many pedestrians. One of the pedestrians became pinned under the car and had to be rescued. Seven people were injured and five were taken to a local hospital. Law enforcement is investigating the cause of the accident and reviewing security tapes. Charges may be filed once the cause of the accident is determined.

In a matter of seconds, a life can be turned upside down due to a car accident. A serious car accident often involves injures that can take months of recovery. With mounting medical expenses, families may not know where they can turn for help. A legal professional who is skilled in personal injury can help their client determine what happened to cause the accident. They can visit the accident scene and review police reports to get the answers their client deserves. Compensation may be available for medical expenses, future medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages.

Those who are injured in a car accident, due to no fault of their own, have the right to hold the negligent driver responsible for their mistake. An injured car accident victim may be eligible for compensation for their tremendous financial and emotional losses.


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