Liberty County, GA – Two Teenagers Ejected from Vehicle in Rollover Accident
Liberty County, Georgia (July 20, 2023) – Officials reported that two teenagers were hurt when the car they were driving flipped.
The accident occurred on Mount Olivet Church Road in Liberty County, Georgia.
Georgia State Patrol said that a 13-year-old was driving the vehicle at the time of the accident.
When the crash occurred, two other teenagers, ages 13 and 14, were also in the vehicle.
According to police, the crash occurred on a dirt road.
When the pickup truck flipped, the driver and 14-year-old were both thrown from the vehicle.
Both of the teenagers were transported to a nearby hospital by helicopter.
No information was released about their conditions.
The third teenage passenger in the vehicle did not sustain any injuries during the accident.
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Single Vehicle Accidents in Georgia
Accidents that involve only one vehicle and one driver are known as “single-vehicle accidents.”
Even if no other vehicles are present, these types of accidents can be extremely dangerous and even fatal.
Numerous legal issues arise in single-vehicle collisions. Even when only one vehicle is involved in an accident, it can be difficult to determine who is to blame.
Accidents involving a single vehicle can occur for a variety of reasons, for example:
-When driving on bad roads, drivers may struggle to maintain control of their vehicles, increasing the likelihood of an accident. Things like seams, potholes, and construction materials left on the ground are examples of poor road conditions. If the condition of the road contributed in any way to the accident in which you were involved, the party or parties responsible may face legal consequences.
-Even if the other driver’s vehicle did not collide with yours during the accident, you may still be able to hold them liable. If the other driver was negligent and caused your car to veer off the road, they may be liable for any injuries or damages you suffered as a result of the accident.
-Mechanical issues with the vehicle can make driving difficult. If the car’s airbags, brakes, steering columns, tires, or wipers fail to function properly, the driver could be killed. When the functionality of people’s vehicles is compromised, serious injuries are possible.
These are just a few of the many possible outcomes from an accident involving a single vehicle in which the driver is not at fault.
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Our legal team represents injured parties who have been involved in single-vehicle accidents. We go to great lengths to ensure that victims are compensated for their pain and suffering, as well as any associated medical expenses, lost wages, and vehicle property damage.
If you have reason to believe that the actions of another party contributed to your accident, contact our Single Vehicle Accident Attorneys at (800) 529-1441 soon as possible.
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