One state trooper is being called a hero after rescuing a driver from a flaming car. The incident occurred this past week on Interstate 376 in Findlay Township. The state trooper described driving through a construction zone when he noticed a distressed driver in the emergency pull-off area. The trooper’s statement indicates that he put on his turn signal, proceeded to move towards the pulled-over vehicle and was struck from behind by an incoming Nissan. Immediately following the collision, the Nissan became engulfed in flames. The state trooper successfully rescued the driver who was taken to the hospital. The state trooper suspects the driver was intoxicated.
Unfortunately, even the most vigilant drivers can be involved in car accidents caused by circumstances out of their control. Our trusted attorneys at Matzus Law LLC understand how angry our clients feel after being seriously injured due to the negligence of an impaired driver. After twenty years of representing clients injured in car accidents, we know how to build the best possible case to ensure your full financial compensation. We will consult with our team of experts to reconstruct the specifics of your accident, work hard to obtain any evidence of intoxication by witnesses or police reports, and fight to obtain justice for you and your family.
The majority of car accidents are a result of human error, and those that involve drugs or alcohol are especially traumatic for everyone involved. The impaired driver may have been completely unaware of their reckless behavior until the damage is already done. Construction zones are notorious areas for accidents to occur. Our attorneys at Matzus Law LLC are experienced in handling all types of car accidents and want to be your trusted ally to help you through this emotionally and financially distressing period of your life. Contact our firm at 412-259-5303 or fill out our online contact form to learn more.
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