A wrong-way collision involving three vehicles left one person dead and several others injured on I-290 near Des Plaines Ave., wgntv.com reported on January 11.
The crash reportedly occurred before 5:00 a.m. on Interstate 290, Illinois police said. A car driving the wrong way crashed into a van and SUV. The driver of the SUV said that the wrong way vehicle did not have their headlights on, so he failed to notice it. The people injured in the collision, including the wrong-way vehicle driver, were all transported to a nearby hospital. All of the identities of the people involved are currently being withheld. Authorities are still investigating the accident.
The Danville personal injury lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C. send their deepest condolences to the family and friends who lost a loved one in the recent accident.
Several charges, including DUI, were recently filed against the driver involved in a recent accident that killed a woman in St. Charles, CBS Chicago reported on November 29.
According to reports, 23-year-old Joshua Spudich is facing four counts of DUI and for illegally possessing controlled substances in the wake of the accident that killed Susan Gorecki. The accident reportedly happened at around 2:00 p.m. when Spudich’s vehicle veered on the middle lane on North 2nd Street and slammed head-on into Gorecki’s vehicle. She was pronounced dead at Delnor Hospital. Spudich was arrested and taken to Kane County Jail.
People often suffer emotional trauma and great financial loss at the hands of an impaired driver. However if this has happened to you in Danville, the lawyers of Spiros Law, P.C. may lessen your burden by pursuing damages from the party that caused your sufferings. Learn more about your options from us today by calling (217) 443-4343.
Drunken driving charges were recently filed against a motorcyclist involved in a fatal accident in Momence, The Daily Journal reported on August 4.
According to reports, motorcycle operator Michael Miller, 34, struck another motorcycle from behind on Illinois Route 114. Miller’s passenger Gloria York, 43, died in the accident. Miller and the other motorcycle driver were brought to the hospital due to injuries they sustained from the crash. When it was discovered that Miller had been driving under the influence, he was charged with a DUI and the failure to avoid a crash. Police authorities continue to investigate this incident.
Families of motorcycle accident victims must not only cope with the emotional grief of their loved one’s death, but are also often burdened with serious financial losses from the accident. There is a method of recourse, however, and a wrongful death attorney may help you pursue the funds your family needs. The Danville attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C., may help you understand the legal options available to you. Call our offices at (217) 443-4343 today to learn more.