Around 4:30am on the morning of November 11th, a Connecticut man sustained critical injuries when he was ejected from his vehicle after being hit by an alleged OUI driver. Emergency personnel responding to the accident found the victim outside his vehicle and in critical condition. He was rushed to UMass Memorial Hospital for treatment. The driver of the other vehicle, an Auburn resident, fled the scene of the accident and had to be located by the state police. He is currently being held on bail and scheduled to be arraigned Monday, where he faces charges of leaving the scene of a personal injury accident, OUI causing serious injury, speeding, and a variety of other offenses.
In order to more accurately determine the cause of the accident, troopers from the State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, members of the State Police Crime Scene Services Section, troopers with the District Attorney's Office, and detectives with the State Police Detective Unit all arrived at the scene to assist in the investigation. Auburn Police and Fire personnel who responded to the accident were also on hand to attempt an accident re-enactment. Actions such as these are crucial in helping to determine the cause of the accident, as well as who should be held liable for the injuries and damages caused.
Being involved in a rollover accident can be an extremely traumatic experience, especially if you sustain serious or potentially catastrophic injuries. It is even more emotionally and physically-draining when you need to recover from your injuries but are faced with looming medical and repair bills, are unable to work, and have obligations that you cannot fulfill. I understand the pressures surrounding an accident victim. That is why when you contact Flanagan & Associates, I will be here to answer any questions you may have, thoroughly review your accident case, help gather evidence on your behalf, and provide you with the representation you need to protect you rights.
As the victim of a rollover accident, you do have rights. You are not alone. I am here to help. Contact a Quincy personal injury attorneyat my firm to set up a consultation, so you and I can discuss your case and the legal options available to you.