Commercial trucking accidents can be deadly. Indiana personal injury attorneys see the tragic effects of these type of crashes all too often. Just earlier this month, we reported on a semi truck wreck that took the lives of two men. You can read more about that by clicking here.
Monday morning, just south of Wawasee Middle School…
Around 10:40 a.m. on State Road-13, between Syracuse and North Webster, a Cromwell woman was stopped by a flagman for the Indiana Department of Transportation due to construction. According to one witness, the flagman had just signaled traffic to move when the woman’s minivan was rear-ended by a large dump truck.
The minivan hit the SUV in front of it before being forced into a high-voltage utility pole, causing the driver multiple blunt force trauma. The Kosciusko County Coroner’s office pronounced Shareese T. Hollar, 27, dead at the scene.
The crash is currently under investigation by the Kosciusko County F.A.C.T. team and investigators are awaiting toxicology results from the drivers involved.
Experienced Indiana accident lawyers fight for you. If you have been injured or have suffered the loss of a loved one in a commercial trucking accident, the skilled attorneys at the Kenn Nunn Law Offices can help you.
We understand the devastating effects of such an event and work hard to make sure you are treated with personal care and respect. Indiana, unlike most other states, handle auto accident cases pursuant to the Indiana Comparative Fault Act.
Comparative fault basically means that fault can be spread out amongst the parties involved, based on the degree of negligence.
An experienced Indiana personal injury lawyer can help you navigate the complexities of specific state laws and restrictions. If you have questions about your commercial trucking accident we offer a free initial consultation.
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