Theresa Supica, and her 12 year old daughter, Samantha, were killed in an automobile accident on Monday in Henrico County, Virginia. Supica's Ford Explorer was struck by a Toyota Corolla that lost control as it changed lanes to avoid another vehicle, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported. The impact caused the Explorer to veer out of control and overturn several times before coming to a rest on its roof. Samantha's sisters, 14 year old Sloane and 15 year old Sydney, also in the vehicle at the time of the
accident, were recovering at VCU Medical Center. It was reported that the family was on its way to Virginia Beach so Sydney, a talented field hocky player at Pioneer High School, could compete in the National Futures Championships.
If you or a loved one was injured, or even killed, in an automobile accident, you should work with an attorney to recover financial compensation for your injuries. At Freedman & Freedman, your initial consultation is free. We can meet with you in person, over the phone or can even travel to your home or to the hospital in order to discuss your case and what we can do for you. We handle automobile accident cases throughout the entire metro Detroit area including Livonia, Redford, Westland, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Inkster, Plymouth, Canton, Northville and Detroit.
An automobile accident can be frightening as well as extremely painful. You may be left with permanent injuries, scars and may require physical therapy and continued treatment for an indefinite period of time. The emotional trauma associated with an accident can stay with you for life.
Contact a Detroit Automobile Accident lawyer at Freedman & Freedman today to talk about your claim and how we can fight the insurance companies for you!