When you get behind the wheel of a car in Atlanta, you’re told to follow the rules. Always wear your seat belt, don’t go above the speed limit, and always make sure that you look around before you press the accelerator.
Sometimes, like in this Jeep crash, even following the rules doesn’t keep you safe. A driver was cruising in his Jeep Grand Cherokee just a couple of hours before midnight. He was following a curve of I-985.
Suddenly, the man lost control on the curve. The Jeep flew backward, smacking straight on into a guard rail on a bridge. The man lost his life on that bridge, despite the fact that he was wearing his seat belt. He was thrown from the vehicle.
The interstate was closed for a few hours after the incident while police investigated and cleaned up. What was the cause of the accident? Did the Jeep have a malfunction? What would you do if you were the car crash attorney?
Those types of questions are ones that a qualified and experienced personal injury attorney handles every day. At John Foy, we look at everything and all of the facts in the case to work to get you the best outcome. Every detail matters.
Give us a call if your family member did all of the right things on the road and was still injured or killed out there. The Strong Arm can help you.