On September 7th, 2020, a female driver was found dead at the scene after a single-vehicle accident. The truck that she was driving suddenly stopped while heading towards Cedar, and eventually rolled down before crashing onto a sign on the pavement. Efforts to resuscitate her were attempted by passerby who witnessed the incident, but the woman eventually died in less than 30 minutes. Further investigation discovered that the woman’s accident was caused by a medical condition.
What Can You Do If A Medical Condition Caused Your Car Crash?
Research has shown that drivers with certain medical conditions are at a higher risk of experiencing a car crash than healthy individuals. If you happen to experience a sudden cardiac arrest and was involved in a car crash, are you fully responsible for what happened? In this kind of situation, there will be various factors that both law enforcement and the court would need to consider. You should find an attorney that can advise you on what actions you need to take. You can receive a free legal consultation about your medical condition-related car crashes through calling us at (866) 698-2306, available 24/7.
Source: Taft Midway Driller