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SR-124 in Walla Walla County, Washington

Three Children And One Adult Treated For Injuries Following Crash On SR-124

According to Washington State Troopers who responded to the scene of the accident, at around 5 p.m. on SR-124, a man driving a semi-truck with double trailers failed to yield at a left turn. This failure caused a three vehicle crash. Four people were injured in the accident, including a 38-year-old woman, a 14-year-old girl, an 11-year-old girl, and a 2-year-old boy. All four were taken to the hospital.

The driver has been cited for failing to yield.

Laurence Banville

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Attorney Comments On The Legal Options Available To Semi-Truck Accident Victims

Attorney contributor Laurence Banville of Banville Law has commented on the legal rights of truck accident victms:

"Whenever someone is seriously injured in a truck accident they have the right to take legal action against those responsible. A truck accident lawsuit is the only way for victims to recover the full compensation they deserve for:

  • medical expenses
  • lost earnings
  • physical pain
  • emotional trauma

The biggest mistake that truck accident victims make is trusting that auto insurance will pay for their losses. While auto insurance may pay to repair damage to car and some of the medical bills, the reality is that once a policy limit has been met, the checks will stop arriving. The average American can't afford to pay for the losses that they sustain on their own which is why lawsuits are common.

Taking legal action when you are healing and trying to stay financially afloat is difficult and is best approached with help from an experienced truck accident attorney. It's important to contact an attorney as quickly as possible because there are strict time limits that apply."

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