Of the many motor vehicle collision cases handled by the Ohio auto accident lawyers at the Charles Boyk Law Offices, not all of the crashes that resulted in permanent or fatal injuries necessarily involved more than one vehicle. It is sometimes possible for one vehicle to cause enough damage–both to itself and those inside.
An example is seen in a recent Sandusky auto accident that resulted in the death of one man.
As 45-year-old Jeffrey Corkins was driving his 2012 Dodge Durango northbound on the interstate, the vehicle drifted off the left side of the roadway and slammed head-on into a tree in the center median. Although emergency medical crews immediately rushed Corkins to Kent Hospital, he was pronounced dead upon arrival.
The cause of the drift, as well as other contributing factors, are currently being investigated by police.
Anytime a loved one is lost in an accident, the family is left to deal with not only their emotional pain but the legal and insurance aftermath as well. That’s why in cases like these, it is essential to contact an experienced Sandusky accident lawyer for assistance. Don’t wait to explore all of your legal options, contact an attorney today!
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