Normally, only a few people are impacted by a car accident. The people in the accident itself, their friends and their families may all suffer the consequences of injuries or deaths that happen as a result of the accident. In some cases, a crash can do more damage than that alone, and in this one reported in New Hampshire, hundreds of people had to go without power thanks to the crash.
If you remember a previous blog discussing a man who was trying to commit suicide when he struck and killed several people in a car accident, the case has once again come to the media's attention. The man, a former executive, has entered a guilty plea in the case. The executive has admitted to killing a pregnant woman, her unborn child and her fiance when he struck them with his pickup truck in New Hampshire. This case is important because it has followed the situation of a man who was potentially trying to kill himself but instead, left others dead in his wake; it speaks volumes about letting those with mental troubles go unaided and shows the importance of vigilance on the roadways.
Being hit by a vehicle can leave you in a state of confusion, pain and suffering. When you're in a major accident, you could be impacted multiple times, putting you and the people in your vehicle at risk of being badly hurt or killed. Those in New Hampshire who have been in an accident like this one are aware of just how bad an accident can become when you combine driver negligence with poor weather.
After you're involved in a car accident in New Hampshire, do you know what to do next? There are procedures that must be followed when you haven't been severely injured. If you have been, many of these tasks will be completed by the police or through interviews when you are able to report what you recall of the accident.
A New Hampshire student was recently struck by a car on Main Street at Keene State College on Oct. 30. The student, a 21-year-old male, had been crossing the street at a crosswalk at the time of the accident, according to witnesses at the scene. At the time of the accident, a 24-year-old woman had been driving a vehicle when she failed to stop and crashed into the man.
In a recent news report, the video of a car striking a woman and her two children was released. The pedestrian accident took place outside a school, resulting in the two children, ages 6 and 9, having bumps and bruises. One of the two little girls ended up under the car during the accident.
An accident in New Hampshire shut down the roadways and sent two women to the hospital, reports from July 22 claim. The car accident happened shortly past 8:00 a.m. on Route 9. The crash ended up involving three vehicles.
If you've been hurt or lost a loved one in an accident, then you may have thought about taking steps toward seeking compensation. That's fairly common when it comes to a situation where you aren't at fault, and the money can be used to help you while you recover. The two people injured due to this car accident might be thinking of doing the same as you, because they both suffered due to an alleged drunken driver.
A car accident can cause injuries ranging from cuts and bruises to spinal cord damage that takes year to repair, if ever. When you're involved in a car accident, it's important to make sure that you aren't left without the compensation you need to take care of your health. When a negligent driver is to blame, you may be able to seek compensation that will help you or your loved one get the help you need.
When you get hurt in a car accident, the last thing you want to have to worry about is how you'll pay for your medical bills in New Hampshire. Fortunately, if the accident wasn't your fault, you should be able to seek compensation for your injuries and time off work. In this report from April 26, four people were injured in car accidents when their vehicles collided. According to the story, the accident happened at around 10:10 a.m. in Chesterfield, New Hampshire, on Route 9.