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Three Killed In Highway 47 Crash

A section of Highway 47 in Lincoln County, Missouri is known to be one of the most dangerous in the area. On Saturday evening, a woman from Tennessee crossed the middle line in her SUV and collided head on with a young family traveling in a minivan. The driver was killed along with a 22-year-old father and his 1-year-old son that were in the other vehicle. The only survivor is the mother and wife of the family in the minivan. She is now pleading for a change in the construction of the highway. The section of the road where the accident occurred is very narrow and lacking much of a shoulder. It also has several curves and hills making it difficult to see or difficult to react to a vehicle that may cross the center line.

Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC have over a century of combined experience in personal injury accidents. Our attorneys have not only recovered over $350 million for our clients, but also have a reputation of standing by our clients throughout the entire process. Over 50,000 people were injured or killed in Missouri in 2011. These statistics prove how important it is to be fully attentive and responsible while operating a motor vehicle. Victims of accidents that are caused by negligent drivers deserve justice and compensation for pain and suffering. Allow us to assist you in fighting for your rights and recover the maximum compensation. Contact us today at (314) 436-9958 or (800) 391-4318 to receive a no-obligation consultation.

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