Police Officer Injured in Auto Accident

A Jefferson County police officer was seriously injured during a car accident in Barnhart, Missouri. On Saturday, the 37-year-old Sheriff’s Deputy was responding to an emergency when he was struck by another vehicle. According to police reports, around 5:30 p.m., the officer was traveling with his lights on when the side of his vehicle was struck by a 25-year-old driver at the intersection of Highway M and Catlin. The officer’s vehicle was pushed into a ditch, and he sustained a serious head injury. The Sheriff’s Deputy was airlifted to a local hospital where his condition went from critical to fair. The driver of the other vehicle was injured as well as a female passenger. The accident is still under investigation by the Missouri Highway Patrol.

When recovering from an auto accident, it is important not to rely solely on the insurance company for financial compensation. Insurance companies will seldom look at compensating all the areas of life that have been affected by the accident. Many times, only a portion of the medical bills will be considered. But what if the injuries sustained during a car accident are persistent, causing medical bills to pile up or even loss of wages due to a prolonged recovery?

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