Police in Louisiana are in the process of investigating a recent crash that resulted in three people needing medical care. This event occurred on Interstate 10 on Friday, March 6. If negligence is believed responsible for this collision, the victims may seek compensation for their losses by filing personal injury claims in civil court.
According to reports, the vehicles involved were traveling in the westbound lanes of I-10 near College Drive when they collided. Rescue teams were called immediately and had to close down two lanes, causing major backups, while the scene was cleared. Driver/victim information was not released.
Emergency medical services are said to have transported three people to an area hospital. The details of their injuries were not reported. All are believed to have been in stable condition when they left the accident scene. Their current conditions are unknown.
Car accidents happen for many reasons, and the losses the victims of these events often suffer may be significant. Some losses are economic in nature, such as any resulting medical expenses and lost wages, and some are non-economic in nature, such as their physical injuries, as well as any emotional damages. It can all take a toll on one's life, but thankfully, victims of auto accidents do not have to bear their losses alone. The victims in this case may be entitled to seek relief, which they can do by filing personal injury claims in a Louisiana civil court against the party believed responsible for their losses. With the assistance of counsel, such claims can be resolved through out-of-court negotiations or, if necessary, litigation.