A chain reaction accident happened in Sandusky on Wednesday evening that involved four vehicles. The accident occurred at the front entrance to the Sandusky Mall on U-250.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating this accident. According to 13abc, troopers say that a driver was attempting to make their way into the entrance of the Sandusky Mall. While doing so, the driver pulled in front of oncoming traffic, causing a chain reaction that involved three other vehicles.
The accident resulted in one woman being transported via Life Flight to Mercy St. Vincent Hospital with serious injuries. There were two other injuries reported and those affected were taken to the hospital.
Our thoughts go out to those involved in this accident. We wish a speedy recovery to all injured.
Injured in Sandusky Car Accident
While we do not have any additional information regarding this accident other than the 13abc news report, it appears as though the at-fault driver is the driver of the vehicle that turned in front of traffic while going into the mall entrance. We would advise all others injured in the accident to contact a car accident lawyer as soon as possible.
Every accident is different and can have several factors affecting the injury claim process. This specific accident involved multiple vehicles which sometimes makes things difficult when it comes to the legal process unless the injured individual has an experienced lawyer working on their behalf to sort everything out.
The lawyers at our office can help those injured in this accident, or any accident similar to this, by ensuring all of the proper steps are taken in the legal process as soon as possible. It is imperative to hire a lawyer as soon as possible because they not only can begin working on your case, but they can also take over communication with the insurance company so you do not have to be bothered as you recover from injuries.
To speak to the lawyers at our office about your injuries, call today. We can help you to better understand your options and explain the legal process. We also recommend requesting a copy of The Ohio Accident Book so you have a legal resource on hand for your own reference.
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