Ambulance Hits Deer on Way to Rollover Crash
Date: November 13, 2014
Location: Highway 6
On Thursday, a car on Highway 6 near Timber Road slid of the roadway and landed on its top in Gales Creek.
The driver suffered non life-threatening injuries.
On the way over to the scene, an ambulance hit a deer. The paramedics were not injured but the ambulance was damaged.
We wish everyone involved in the crash a full and speedy recovery.
Accidents like this are commonly caused by wet roads and ice. When these conditions occur, you need to be especially careful. Unfortunately, in most cases these accidents are considered the fault of the driver. But, in some cases, the accident may have been caused by poor road conditions, other drivers’ bad judgment, or another reason not readily apparent. Personal injury lawyers have experience with these types of investigations, or you can hire a personal investigator with experience in auto crashes.
Even if the insurance company finds you at fault, you can still pursue getting your bills paid through your PIP policy coverage. If you need help dealing with the insurance company, or just want to discuss your legal options for ensuring that your damages are paid, our Portland personal injury lawyers can help.
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