Car Accident Kills One, Injures Three

A single-vehicle car accident in North Carolina has claimed the life of one individual and seriously injured three others. The accident happened on Wednesday night when a vehicle transporting four individuals was involved in a crash on Blackjack Grimesland Road. According to authorities, Anton Dudley was operating the vehicle when he lost control that resulted in the accident. Dudley, Robert Williams, and Eric Tyrone Lynch were ejected in the crash and Lynch was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. A female passenger, Shannon Nelson, was pinned beneath the vehicle, and all three survivors were transported to the hospital by ambulance. Two of the victims are listed in critical condition and the third is listed in fair condition. The North Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.

Did you know that if you have suffered injuries, or lost a loved one, as a passenger of a vehicle when the driver is liable for the accident, that you may have grounds to recover compensation? Many people assume that in order to obtain compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and mental anguish there must be a collision with another vehicle. Those assumptions are false and many factors can lead to an auto accident that could be grounds to file a case. Dangerous roadways, vehicle design flaws, mechanical defects, and negligent driving are all examples of causes of auto accidents.

If you have been injured in an auto accident, it is important to contact the experienced car accident lawyers at Meyerkord & Kurth. Our attorneys have handled thousands of accident cases and will take all necessary action to recover the maximum compensation for your damages. We are available to answer any of your questions promptly while working diligently to represent your case successfully. Contact us today to receive a free consultation.

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