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Motor vehicle accidents: High-speed crash injures 3

Drivers who operate a vehicle at excessive speeds are inherently less capable of handling a variety of driving scenarios. Should one lose control of a vehicle under similar circumstances, the results can be disastrous, as motor vehicle accidents that take place at high speeds could pose a major threat to the safety of everyone nearby. A recent high-speed collision has left several individuals with serious injuries in West Virginia.

The accident reportedly took place on a recent Friday morning. Police advised that witnesses say they saw a vehicle that was moving at speeds of up to 80 to 100 mph begin swerving across the lanes of traffic before slamming into a guardrail. This vehicle then proceeded to cause a chain-reaction collision that involved five vehicles in total.

Emergency responders assert that three individuals who were involved in the crash were rushed to a medical facility for treatment of serious injuries. Although an investigation is currently underway, it remains unclear what might have caused the driver to lose control of the vehicle and initiate the crash. In some cases, operating a vehicle at excessive speeds may be enough to create a dangerous scenario on its own, while in others, additional factors might contribute to such negligence.

Those who suffer severe harm in motor vehicle accidents involving negligent drivers may be left in search of guidance on their available options for seeking restitution. By consulting with an attorney, a person in West Virginia could obtain much-needed guidance on how best to approach the situation. An attorney can examine the incident and assist a client in pursuing restitution through a personal injury claim against the party or parties deemed responsible.

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