Two-Vehicle Crash Ends with Fatality

A tragic accident occurred between two vehicles in Wyoming. While approaching a stop sign, a driver did not stop, which led for their vehicle to collide with the vehicle of Douglas M. Scholl, who was driving on U.S. Highway 30. Scholl, a forty-eight-year-old, passed away at the place of the accident. The other driver involved in the accident, a twenty-eight-year-old, was taken to get medical treatment at a hospital.

It is required by law that drivers stop at stop signs. When a driver fails to stop at a stop sign, not only are they breaking the law, but they are putting the safety of themselves and the public at risk. Not stopping at stop signs can result in several consequences, such as hefty ticket fines or getting into a collision. In addition, drivers who do not stop at stop signs are often more likely to be engaging in other acts of reckless driving, such as speeding and driving distractedly- all of which are among the top causes of vehicle accidents.

With over a century of combined legal experience, the Missouri personal injury attorneys of Meyerkord & Kurth can offer you legal assistance if you or a loved one has been involved in a vehicle accident. These lawyers can assist you in understanding your rights while holding the negligent party accountable for causing the accident. They will get compensation for your losses- both monetary and non-economic. For more information, contact Meyerkord & Kurth today.

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