Speeding Blamed for Fiery Crash

A tragic and fiery vehicle accident occurred last Wednesday morning, at around 9:00, in Oklahoma City. Allegedly, the road crash took place when a driver was driving at a high rate of speed. While speeding, the vehicle collided with an embankment. As a result of the collision with the wall, the vehicle burst into flames. In addition, the police have confirmed that the driver was not wearing their seatbelt at the time of the accident. It is a possibility that a “medical event” is related to the accident’s occurrence.

Speeding is a factor in one out of every three fatal vehicle accidents. In addition, another common factor involved in fatal accidents is the lack of seatbelt use. Seatbelts are one of the easiest ways to prevent injury in a vehicle accident. When passengers in a vehicle wear their seatbelt, they reduce their risk of being injured in a vehicle accident by about half.

If you or a loved one has experienced an injury as a result of a vehicle accident, contact the personal injury attorneys of Meyerkord & Kurth, who have a century of combined experience. With the help of our attorneys, you will be compensated for your losses, both economic and non-economic, that resulted from the accident. In addition, our attorneys can offer you supreme legal advice and help you better understand your rights. To get the justice you rightfully deserve, contact the attorneys of Meyerkord & Kurth today.

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