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Friday, June 26, 2009
Two People Die in Vehicle Accident in Hawaii
A three-vehicle auto accident occurred in Kauai, Hawaii last week leaving two dead and one injured. The police report states that the commercial truck accident was caused by a motorcycle accident.
Apparently, the driver of the motorcycle lost control, and fell off his motorcycle. The motorcycle, which was lying in the middle of the roadway, caused the driver of the commercial truck to swerve, hitting a passenger car next to it, and pushing both vehicles into a ditch on the side of the road.
The large truck then flipped over onto its roof, killing the driver instantly. The driver of the passenger car also died. There is no word as to what caused the motorcycle accident to occur in the first place, setting the chain of events into motion.
This complicated form of traffic accident with multiple injuries and wrongful deaths is a clear example of why an experienced auto accident attorney is essential. In this case, there may be a few possible parties who could responsible for the accident. In addition to this, there are different insurance companies involved who could deny coverage or compensation.
If you have been involved in an auto accident caused by another party’s negligence, you could recover compensation. To learn more about your potential auto accident lawsuit, please contact an experienced auto accident attorney near your to schedule an initial case evaluation.
posted by Evan Langsted at 3:23 PM
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