Hundreds of car accidents occur every day on the numerous roads that intertwine across the United States. Most of them are not too severe and may involve one or two minor injuries; however, some collisions are much more severe and can leave the individuals involved with very serious injuries or even result in death. If the high speeds that are associated with the interstate are mixed in with the accident, the injuries can be even more severe. One car accident in Nebraska recently left one victim injured.
The collision occurred in the early morning hours of Jan. 10, a couple of hours after midnight. The crash involved two different motor vehicles and left one victim with serious injuries. Emergency personnel arrived soon after the accident took place and transported the injured individual to a nearby hospital.
The wreck is still under investigation by the Nebraska police. The current condition of the injured person is not known at this time. Unfortunately, this was not the only accident that happened on the morning of Jan. 10, as another crash was reported a half hour earlier on the same interstate.
Once police finish their investigations of the car accident, the Nebraska victim may have the right to seek monetary compensation for his or her injuries. Compensation could be used to pay for any of the victim’s medical bills as well as help with other bills while the person is potentially out of work. Compensation could allow the victim to heal with little stress and therefore return to a normal routine as quickly as possible.
Source: omaha.com, 1 person seriously injured in I-80 crash, Jay Withrow, Jan. 10, 2014