In accordance with the news, a 57-year-old man from Wenatchee had to be rushed to the hospital after he was involved in a serious crash on U.S. Highway 12.
According to the official reports from the Washington State Patrol, the man was driving his 1997 Ford F-150 on the westbound lanes of the freeway when he suddenly drove off the road after losing grip of his vehicle. The truck rolled over several times and finally came to rest on its cab into a snow bank just east of Packwood.
The authorities claimed that the man was sustaining what it seemed to be a neck injury.
As a Seattle car accident lawyer, I sincerely hope the victim of this accident is experiencing a speedy and complete recovery without any delays. I encourage drivers to be always aware of the weather conditions before hitting the road. Many fatal accidents are caused because drivers are not used to driving under extreme weather conditions so stay alert.
Whenever you or a dear friend is injured in an accident caused by the distraction of other drivers, contact a personal injury lawyer near you to assess your case.
By Kirk Bernard