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Missouri multi-car and truck accident injures several

A multi vehicle accident ended with several injured during what would typically be considered rush hour on the highway. The Missouri roadway car and truck accident happened while one lane of the highway was closed, and it led to heavy traffic buildup afterwards along with the need for a clean-up crew. There is currently an investigation underway into the accident.

Multiple injuries suffered in Missouri car accident

Whenever cars are stopped at a stop sign and pull out into traffic lanes, there is always the risk of not seeing someone coming and being involved in an accident. This appears to be the possible reason for a recent Missouri car accident that injured a number of people. The crash happened along a highway in the middle of the afternoon.

Pilot texting may open door to wrongful death claim in Missouri

While most states already have laws on the book pertaining to the legality of texting and driving, texting and operating an aircraft is not yet an official crime. However, a pilot who was believed to be texting and flying a helicopter at the same time has been determined by authorities to be the cause of a deadly crash in Missouri. This finding may very well open the door to a wrongful death suit.

Driver could face wrongful death suit pertaining to deadly crash

Anytime there are cars lined up at a stop light, the drivers may truly be at the mercy of the other drivers behind them. For two drivers stopped at a Missouri roadway light, the actions of a truck driver coming up behind them appear to have led to their deaths. The families of those who died retain the right to file a wrongful death lawsuit. Moreover, the truck driver is facing criminal charges for his role in the incident.

Wrongful death claim pursued after Missouri car crash

Now that toxicology reports are in, the family of a deadly car accident victim has set the wheels in motion to seek damages. The family of a 46-year-old woman who was killed in a February Missouri car accident is filing a wrongful death suit against the estate of the driver who hit her. A 44-year-old boyfriend of the victim who was in the accident also died as a result of the crash.

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