It was early morning on a school day. The birds were singing, the roads were clear, and people were waking up to a new day. Unfortunately, there was trouble afoot.
A man with three children in the back of his car lost control of his vehicle, putting him right into the path of danger. This danger came in the form of an F150. It was a T-bone accident.
Another driver, one who was very close to the situation, wasn’t able to stop. She crashed her car into the other two, exacerbating the situation.
Everyone was taken to the Jackson County Hospital to be treated for their injuries. this includes the three children (2 15-year olds and 1 8-year old) who were in the original car.
When children are involved in Georgia crashes, the penalties can become that much more severe in the eyes of the law. The driver of the first car was charged for DUI drugs, not buckling in a child, and 3 counts of serious injury by vehicle.
Not only does the man have to deal with the injuries of his kids, but he must contend with the fact that there are legal issues to deal with as a result of those injuries to his children. A tough spot to be in.
But what about the others who were involved in the accident that happened on such a peaceful morning? Who pays for their injuries? How much should the responsible party pay?
That’s where the Strong Arm, John Foy, comes in. He’s got the experience and the determination to sort it out for you and get the best possible judgment. If you’ve been involved in an accident, give his offices a call.