Woman Killed in Single-Vehicle Crash

A one-vehicle accident occurred at about 5:00 p.m. on Saturday in Vermont. While driving on Vermont 30, Megan E. Baker’s vehicle veered off of the road. Afterwards, her car crashed in a causeway and continued south before crashing into a tree stump and stopping at another causeway on its side. Tragically, Baker passed away as a result of the accident.

A driver’s vehicle leaving the road is a common cause of accidents. To prevent your vehicle from leaving the road, pay close attention to your surroundings and be fully aware of the road lines. When a driver is unaware of their surroundings, they are more prone to drive off of the road. In addition, a factor that can cause a vehicle to leave the road is dangerous road conditions. For example, if the road is wet, then there is a greater chance of a vehicle hydroplaning. Hydroplaning is when traction is lost between a vehicle’s tires and the road, which can cause for a vehicle to slip off of the roadway.

If you or a loved one has been involved in a vehicle accident, contact the qualified Missouri personal injury attorneys of Meyerkord & Kurth. These attorneys have over a century of combined legal experience and can get you the compensation you rightfully deserve. In addition, while handling your case, these lawyers can offer supreme legal advice regarding your case. For more information, contact Meyerkord & Kurth today.

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