Sparta, GA Teen Dies in ATV Crash
Sparta, GA (November 25, 2022) – An accident involving a single vehicle that occurred on the evening of Wednesday, November 23rd, in Hancock County resulted in the death of a local teen.
According to Georgia State Patrol, a 16-year-old was driving a side-by-side vehicle on Anna Poole Road when he lost control and overturned.
The teenager was thrown from the vehicle and later brought to the Washington County Hospital by a family member.
Because of his injuries, he was taken by helicopter to a hospital in Augusta.
According to the GSP, the investigation into the crash is still ongoing.
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Single Vehicle Accidents in Georgia
“Single-vehicle accidents” are collisions in which only one vehicle and one driver are involved. The most common causes of single-vehicle accidents are collisions with fixed objects or being pushed off the road.
Even if there was only one other vehicle on the road at the time of the collision, it is still possible for there to be serious injuries or even fatalities.
Single-vehicle collisions present various legal difficulties. Even when there was only one vehicle involved in the accident, it is not always simple to determine who was at fault for the collision.
If there is a chance that the accident was caused by the carelessness of another person, consider the following:
- Poor road conditions can make it difficult for drivers to maintain control of their vehicles, increasing the risk of a collision. Potholes, seams, and building debris left on the road can all be examples of defects. If you were involved in an accident as a result of poor road conditions, the person or organization responsible for the problem could be held accountable.
- Even if another driver’s car did not collide with yours, they could still be held responsible for the accident. The negligent driver of the other vehicle may be held liable for any damages incurred if they run your vehicle off the road.
- Mechanical issues can cause a variety of problems when driving a car. When a car’s brakes, steering columns, tires, wipers, and airbags fail to function properly, the driver may be killed. When your vehicle malfunctions, you may be able to file a claim against the manufacturer.
These are just a few examples of situations in which a single driver may not be to blame for the accident.
At The Brown Firm, one of our knowledgeable and experienced Car Accident Attorneys will perform a comprehensive investigation into all of the evidence and particulars pertaining to your collision.
If another party is to blame for the collision, it’s important to get in touch with a Personal Injury Lawyer as quickly as possible.
Our legal practice has extensive experience representing clients who have been injured as a result of single-vehicle accidents. We make a significant amount of effort to see to it that victims receive the compensation they are owed for the anguish they have endured, as well as for the costs of their medical care, the wages they have lost, and the damage done to their vehicles.
If a single-vehicle accident caused the death of someone you love, we also have a team of Wrongful Death Attorneys. They can look into the circumstances surrounding the accident and determine if you are eligible to receive compensation for the loss of your loved one.
Call our law firm today at (800) 529-1441 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced attorneys.
Note: This post was built using information obtained from third parties, such as news articles and accounts provided by third parties with first-hand knowledge. The information on this accident has not been independently verified. If you discover any inaccuracies in the details, please let us know as soon as possible. We will modify the post so that it contains accurate information.
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