Montcalm County was the scene of a serious car accident recently. According to Michigan law enforcement, the three-vehicle crash resulted in personal injury for two people. Sheriff’s deputies responded to the scene.
According to the investigation, one of the vehicles involved was sitting at a stop sign, and then proceeded into an intersection to head westbound. It was immediately struck by another car which was traveling eastbound. The two vehicles came close to having a head-on collision.
The first car was shoved into the path of westbound SUV. The man who was driving the first vehicle and his female passenger were taken to a nearby hospital. Although their injuries were serious, they were not thought to be life-threatening.
The driver of the second car was treated for minor injuries, and his female passenger was not injured. The man operating the SUV stated that he was in pain, but apparently did not receive treatment at the time of the accident. All of the people involved in the crash were wearing seat belts, and all of the airbags were said to have deployed properly.
Anyone in Michigan who has been seriously injured in an automobile accident may have a personal injury claim. Once an investigation indicates who may have been at fault in a wreck, the injured may choose to file a lawsuit in order to seek compensation for time lost from work, medical bills, pain and suffering, and more. An experienced personal injury attorney can guide anyone in these circumstances as to the best way to proceed with a claim.
Source: fox17online.com, “2 seriously hurt in another 3-vehicle Montcalm collision“, June 17, 2017