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Missouri car accident leads to multiple injuries

Whenever people and their passengers are on the road, it is easy to simply assume every other driver on the road is conscious of the rules of the road and is working to obey those laws. However, a car accident can happen at any time even if you are obeying those laws. It is simply a fact that others either disregard the rules of the road in Missouri or they simply makes mistakes that can lead to car accidents.

Recently in Missouri, a car accident occurred that led to injuries for several people involved. An 18-year-old male drive came up to a highway and failed to yield to another driver that was crossing the highway. The two cars collided.

The vehicle the 18-year-old hit was being driven by a 36-year-old woman. A 5-year-old child in her vehicle was injured in the crash and transported by ambulance. The 18-year-old and his teenage passengers were all also injured and transported for treatment. It is unclear at this time if he faces any charges for the accident.

Regardless of the criminality of any car accident, if someone is injured due to another driver not obeying the law or yielding when they should, the parties who have been injured may have legal cause to file a civil suit in a Missouri court. A civil suit for a car accident in Missouri can lead to the awarding of monetary damages that could help injured parties recover. Those monetary damages could help alleviate the strain of medical bills, lost wages or any other damages that parties may accrue after an accident.

Source:, FOUR INJURED IN TWO CAR ACCIDENT, Greg Armbruster, Oct. 28, 2013

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