Newport News, VA (April 9, 2021) – A vehicle crash occurred early Tuesday morning, April 6, causing injuries and resulting in property damage in the Morrison neighborhood of Newport News.
Officials with the Newport News Fire Department said in a tweet that the incident happened just after 1:30 a.m. on Tricia Lane, just off of Jefferson Avenue. The road was closed in both directions for several hours, and a home was damaged after one of the vehicles crashed into the side of the structure.
Police didn’t say what the cause of the crash was but said that the incident is still under investigation. Life-threatening injuries were not reported, though paramedics were on the scene and appeared to treat at least one victim after the collision.
Our thoughts are with the victims, their families, and everyone who was affected by this accident.
Car Accidents in Virginia
Accidents involving cars, trucks, and SUVs leave more than 65,000 people injured in the state of Virginia each year. These accidents are often preventable, yet we continue to see innocent victims suffer as a result of the negligence of other drivers. Many accidents are caused by negligent drivers, those who speed, drivers who are intoxicated, and those who are engaging in reckless driving behaviors.
People who are injured in accidents often require extensive medical treatment and have to spend several months or even years recovering and going to therapy. Although many treatment options exist to help victims in the aftermath of their accidents, they come at a high price and with no guarantee of a full recovery. In fact, thousands of people are left permanently disabled as a result of injuries they sustain in crashes. If you were injured in an accident, as a result of another driver’s actions, it is crucial that you reach out to a car accident attorney in Virginia as soon as possible to discuss legal options available to you. You may be entitled to recover compensation from those at fault to help alleviate the financial burdens you face from medical treatment and other expenses.
Attorney Ron Kramer, II, at Virginia Beach Injury Law has over a decade of experience assisting victims with getting the justice and compensation they deserve after being injured in accidents caused by negligent and reckless motorists. Our competent and knowledgeable personal injury attorneys in Virginia are dedicated to providing our clients with the most competent and effective legal representation imaginable to ensure they are able to move forward from their accidents and tend to their financial obligations while recovering. If you’ve been injured in an accident caused by another driver’s negligence, it is crucial that you act quickly to protect your legal rights. Contact our personal injury law firm in Hampton Roads at (757) 802-4662. Schedule a free consultation with our attorneys at VaBeachLaw.com at your earliest convenience to discuss legal options available for you.
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