According to www.detroitnews.com, earlier this morning a car was driving behind a bus in the right lane on 14 Mile Road in Warren when the bus made a stop. The driver of the car apparently started to swerve into the left lane where it was hit by a semi. It would appear that the bus was also involved in the crash. Three people were taken to the hospital but the severity of their injuries remains unknown. The police closed eastbound 14 Mile Road near Ryan Road while attending to and investigating the crash.
If you have been involved in a car accident, you are one of the millions of drivers, passengers, pedestrians and cyclists that are injured in traffic accidents every year. In 2008 alone, over 2.3 million were injured in traffic accidents throughout the U.S. 37,261 people lost their lives in traffic collisions in the same year. The most common cause for car accidents? Driver negligence.
At Freedman & Freedman, we represent car accident victims throughout all of the Detroit Metro Area and the surrounding areas in Wayne County and Oakland County, including Sterling Heights, Troy, Warren, Southfield and more. A Michigan car accident attorney at our firm can meet with you to discuss the particulars of your accident to determine how we can help you seek justice and recover the financial compensation we believe you rightfully deserve. If another driver's negligent conduct led to your accident and therefore your injuries, a lawyer at Freedman & Freedman can take immediate action to recover the money you need for medical care, lost wages, emotional trauma and possibly other damages as well.
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