Edmond Man Killed in Logan County Crash
A 50-year-old Edmond man was killed in an Oklahoma car accident when a vehicle rolled over and struck his vehicle. According to a news report in The Edmond Sun, the fatal car crash took place at Broadway and Charter Oak in Logan County north of Edmond. Officials say a 2013 Hyundai Sonata struck a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado causing the Silverado to partially roll and hit a 2006 Honda Accord. The 50-year-old driver of the Honda was killed at the scene and his 49-year-old wife has been listed in stable condition. The 32-year-old female driver of the Sonata and the 46-year-old driver of the Silverado refused treatment. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
Collisions involving multiple vehicles can lead to complicated liability issues for the victims, particularly when someone is killed or seriously injured. It is important for victims and their families to stay abreast of the investigation and to take the steps necessary to protect their legal rights and options.
It can prove useful to have photographs of the crash site and contact information from everyone who witnessed the collision. Footage from nearby surveillance cameras, inspections of the vehicles and testimony from medical professionals can also help victims prove their case and secure the support they need.
If you have been injured in an Oklahoma car accident, you may seek financial compensation for your losses by filing a claim against the at-fault driver. A successful personal injury claim can result in support for medical bills, pain, suffering, the cost of rehabilitation services, lost wages and other related damages.
If you have lost a loved one in a fatal car crash, you may file a wrongful death claim. Similar to a personal injury claim, a wrongful death claim can result in support for lost wages and medical bills. A wrongful death claim can also result in monetary compensation for lost future wages, the loss of companionship, loss of inheritance, funeral expenses and a number of related losses.
In order for your claim to result in fair compensation for all of your losses, you will have to prove that the at-fault driver was negligent and that his or her negligence contributed to your injuries. Examples of driver negligence include speeding, texting while driving, drunk driving, failing to yield the right of way and making an unsafe lane change. An experienced Oklahoma personal injury lawyer will be able help protect your rights and ensure that you are fairly and fully compensated for all your injuries, damages and losses.
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