An accident in Hancock County involving a woman and two children are getting attention in the news today. The woman, 26-year-old Savannah Valencia, was driving on County Road 126 in Hancock County on Sunday evening when she went off of the road.
After Valencia’s vehicle went off of the road, it struck a sign and the proceeded to roll over several times. Both Valencia and the two children in the vehicle were injured in this afternoon crash.
The children included a five-year-old and a seven-year-old. Both were taken to the hospital following the accident and their conditions are unknown at this time.
We are wishing both the children and the driver the best right now as they are treated for the injuries sustained in this rollover accident. We are not sure how serious the injuries are, so we are hoping for the best and wishing a speedy recovery to all.
If your child has been in a Hancock County child car accident, you should follow several important steps, and reach out to our local law office.
Child accidents can be very overwhelming and difficult to handle. The worst thing for a parent to imagine is their child getting injured. Our law office deals with child accidents on a regular basis and we have helped many children through the legal process after an injury. The lawyers at our office have represented children after they have sustained injuries in accidents, and the compensation that is awarded in child accident cases can be used later on in the child’s life for necessary medical expenses or for a college fund.
The lawyers at our office can counsel parents on how to properly set up their child’s settlement, ensuring that the money is used at the appropriate time and in the appropriate manner.
We advise parents of any child who has been injured in an accident to call a lawyer as soon as possible. When it comes to a child injury, the most important thing is to ensure that they not only receive the best possible medical treatment but also to ensure that the child’s legal rights are protected.
Child injuries do not only affect an individual physically, but they can also have serious psychological effects. A lawyer will help a child and their parents make sure that the proper compensation is awarded for the full extent of injuries that were experienced as a result of the Hancock County child car accident.
If you are unsure of whether or not your child has a legitimate case, or even where to start in the process, call our office. Our personal injury lawyers take phone calls at all times of the day and can answer any questions that you may have if your child has been in a Hancock County child car accident. We also offer numerous resources on our website and we have an extensive blog that covers nearly every subject matter that you can think of in easy-to-understand legal terminology.
Contact us today for whatever you may need. We want to help you and your family.
Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC