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Negligent Driving to Blame for Fatal Auto Accident


A driver was killed and her three children were injured in an auto accident on Thursday. The accident happened in Nemaha County, Kansas when 37-year-old Rebecca Lynne Chrismas was operating a van and failed to stop at a stop sign. Her vehicle was struck by a semi-truck near the intersection of U.S. 36 at W Rd. Chrismas was killed in the crash and her three children were transported to the hospital. The accident is being investigated by the Kansas Highway Patrol.

Do you know what steps to take in the event of an auto accident? Immediately following a crash you should get to a safe area and then seek the proper medical treatment for your injuries. Once you are stable, it is imperative to consult an experienced auto accident attorney. Tragically thousands of individuals are injured and killed in preventable auto accidents each year. Vehicle design flaws, mechanical defects, dangerous roadways, and reckless driving are often the cause of auto accidents. Contacting your personal injury attorney can assist you in holding the responsible party accountable for their negligence while recovering compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, property damages, and emotional damages.

The St. Louis personal injury lawyers at Meyerkord & Kurth, L LC are eager to speak with you regarding your case. Our attorneys are passionate about obtaining the justice deserved for victims of accidents. We will investigate the accident, determine liability, and plan and execute the strategy that is most successful at obtaining the maximum compensation available for your damages. If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in an auto accident, contact our attorneys to receive a free no-obligation consultation.

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