There was a two-vehicle accident near Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, Illinois early Friday morning with left one driver seriously injured. Furthermore, the accident happened at the intersection of Illinois State Route 157, and Meridian Road when an Infiniti was heading south and "t-boned" a Lincoln. Likewise, when the two cars collided, the crash caused the Lincoln to spin around, and hit a third vehicle in the process.
According to witnesses that saw the vehicle crash, the Infiniti ran a red light, and subsequently was issued a citation, yet demonstrated no signs of impairment at the time of the accident. The driver of the Lincoln sustained serious injuries, and was transported by an ARCH helicopter to St. Louis University Hospital. Edwardsville Police Lt. Mike Fillback stated the following regarding the Lincoln driver's injuries, "Her injuries were considered serious because o f the impact. As far as visibly, she had a cut to her hand. But some internal injuries were a possibility." All other people involved in the crash were unharmed, and refused medical treatment.
The skilled attorney's at Meyerkord & Kurth are dedicated professionals that are here to help if you or a loved one has been involved in a vehicle crash. We have logged thousands of hours, and recovered millions of dollars for those who were seriously hurt or killed due to a driving accident. Likewise, our experienced team of attorney's will vehemently fight for your case, and help you receive the fair financial compensation you deserve. Please contact us at (314) 436-9958 or (800) 391-4318 for a no-obligation assessment of your potential motor vehicle case.
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