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Five-vehicle crash in Fairfax County leaves one dead, five injured

| Dec 8, 2020 | Personal Injury |

Yet another life has been lost on Northern Virginia’s notorious roadways. A five-vehicle crash on Route 1 and Pohick road in Fairfax county left southbound lanes closed for hours as detectives investigated the area. Five people were left with minor injuries and taken to area hospitals, while one man was found dead at the scene. Police are still unsure of what caused the accident, and an investigation is ongoing.

Victims have rights

Unfortunately, deadly accidents are still a far too common occurrence on Virginia’s streets and highways. For those that survive serious accidents, the physical pain is often just the beginning of a long struggle back to normal. Many victims are also faced with medical debt, unemployment, and mental trauma.

However, there are options for those injured because of another party’s negligence or wrongdoing. The law creates rights for the wrongfully injured, allowing them to file a lawsuit against those responsible.

Deciding to pursue legal action is a difficult decision. There are many factors to consider, and one’s family should be consulted before hand.

Additionally, meeting with an experienced personal injury lawyer is critical part of making an informed decision. They can provide candid advice and help you evaluate options. If litigation is the chosen path, they can craft a personalized legal strategy built around the client’s unique objectives.

Take prompt action

A successful car accident lawsuit may result in a considerable financial award for the injured and their family, not to mention the peace from knowing the guilty were held accountable.

Those wrongfully injured in an auto accident shouldn’t wait too long to seek advice. Many states impose a two-year statute of limitations on personal injury suits; therefore, waiting too long may mean permanently forfeiting your right to legal recourse.