Oxford, MS (June 8, 2022) - On the morning of June 6, emergency responders were sent to the scene of a car wreck with injuries in Oxford. At around 10:10 a.m., the wreck was reported to the police.
Emergency personnel was sent to the scene located on University Avenue. Injuries were reported as a result of the accident. However, the severity of those injuries has not been determined.
Traffic was delayed in the area while responders were present. Local police continue to investigate the details of the crash.
Our thoughts are with those with injuries. We hope for their full and fast recovery.
No further information has been reported concerning the accident at this time.
Each year, the number of auto collisions that take place in the United States continues to grow. The extreme hazards associated with vehicles are usually ignored. This is most likely because of their constant presence in our lives. Most people use a vehicle daily to get from point A to point B. Because we use automobiles so often, we don’t like to think about the inherent danger that comes with them. Regardless, car wrecks are among the top causes of severe injuries and fatalities in the United States.
Around three million individuals are seriously hurt due to American auto collisions. Each year, around 40,000 people are killed in car wrecks in the United States. Thousands of people are hurt in auto collisions per year in the state of Mississippi. When you or your family member has been injured, you need all the help available to you. Especially if the injury crash was caused by a negligent driver. A personal injury lawyer in Oxford can help you financially recover if your wreck happened due to the actions of a negligent driver. The majority of the auto collisions reported in the United States are caused by driver negligence.
Thousands of Mississippi car accidents are caused by driver negligence. Speeding causes more traffic collisions in Mississippi than anything else. Approximately 17% of the fatal car wrecks that happen in the United States are caused by speeding. Among 15 to 20-year-old drivers, car accidents are a leading cause of death. These statistics show us that negligence injures and takes the lives of thousands of people per year.
The attorneys at the MW Law Firm – Mama Justice, are highly experienced in assisting those who have been hurt in accidents to recover full and fair financial compensation for their injuries and losses. Allow a lawyer from our firm to help you recover in more ways than one.
You can contact our Oxford attorneys at (888) 484-1476 to speak to someone regarding your legal right toward compensation. You do not have to face this on your own. Let us help you cover the costs associated with medical care, vehicle repairs, lost wages, and more. Contact us as soon as you can to talk about your right toward compensation.
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Disclaimer: We, at MW Law Firm – Mama Justice, have worked hard to become valued members of the Northern Mississippi business community. We write these posts to bring awareness to the dangers of driving in hopes that our fellow community members will use an abundance of caution when operating a motor vehicle. The information in this post is not intended to be medical or legal advice. The photographs used in this post are not taken at the actual accident scene.