July 31, 2013

A teenager confessed to speeding, driving without a license, and running a red light which resulted in a collision with a SUV that killed two people and severely injured a third. The teen originally stated that he had a green light and should not be at fault, but a police investigation following the accident proved otherwise. The teenager was charged with one count of driving without a license and two counts of careless driving resulting in death.

A car accident can change our lives in an instant. All it takes is a minor distraction while driving that takes our eyes off the road for a moment such as texting, talking on a phone, and eating – just to name a few – that can lead to an accident. Such was the case with eighteen year old Arnold Ramirez, who lost his 3-month old daughter and father in the Aurora crash on April 28 in a matter of seconds.

Speak with a Littleton car accident lawyer today to discuss your options if you or a loved one have been seriously injured in an auto accident. You may be entitled to recover compensation for medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering if your injuries were caused by the negligent actions of someone else. Many auto accident lawyers work on a contingency fee basis, so that you can afford to seek help even if you have limited money. For more information, speak with a dedicated Colorado personal injury attorney today.

Categories: Auto Accident, Hit And Run, Littleton, Personal Injury