Senoia, GA – Teen Killed in Car Accident
Senoia, Georgia (June 26, 2023) – A Senoia teen died in a car accident on I-85 Friday night after the driver lost control of the vehicle he was riding in.
According to Georgia State Troopers, there were five teenagers in the 2015 Infiniti Q50, including the driver. They were traveling north when the driver veered off the road and collided with a guard rail. The vehicle flipped several times.
According to troopers, the 17-year-old was “unrestrained” during the accident, which means he was either not wearing a seatbelt or was not properly secured by one. He died as a result of his injuries in a nearby hospital.
The other occupants have not been identified. Officials have not released any information about the other teenager’s current conditions.
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Single-Vehicle Accidents in Georgia
Single-vehicle accidents occur when only one vehicle and one driver are involved. A single-car accident usually occurs when a car collides with another object or is pushed off the road.
Even in the absence of other vehicles, a single-car collision can be extremely dangerous, if not fatal.
In single-vehicle collisions, numerous legal issues arise. Even when only one vehicle is involved in an accident, determining who was at fault can be difficult.
Any of the following factors can cause single-vehicle accidents:
-On bad roads, drivers may struggle to maintain control of their vehicles, increasing the likelihood of an accident. Seams, potholes, and construction materials left on the ground are examples of bad road conditions. If poor road conditions played a role in your accident, the person or company in charge of the problem may face legal ramifications.
-Even if another driver’s vehicle did not directly collide with yours, they could be held liable for the accident. Any damages or injuries you sustain may be the fault of the other driver if they were careless and caused your car to veer off the road.
-Mechanical issues can make driving a car difficult. If the car’s brakes, steering columns, tires, wipers, or airbags fail, the driver may be killed. When people’s cars fail to function properly, serious injuries can occur.
These are just a few of the many possible outcomes of a single-car accident in which the driver is not to blame.
The Car Accident Lawyers at The Brown Firm will thoroughly investigate all information and evidence pertaining to your single-vehicle accident.
If you were involved in a car accident and believe someone else was at fault, you should contact a Personal Injury Lawyer right away.
Our legal team has extensive experience representing clients who have been injured in single-vehicle accidents. We work hard to ensure that victims are adequately compensated for their pain and suffering, as well as any medical expenses, lost wages, and vehicle damage.
If you were involved in a single-vehicle accident and believe someone else was at fault, call us right away at (800) 529-1441 to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
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