Kansas City, MO (August 07, 2021) – Officers from the Lee’s Summit Police Department were called to the scene of a fatal two-vehicle accident on Friday, August 6th in Kansas City.
According to the department, the collision, which involved a motorcycle and a passenger vehicle, took place at about 9:45 p.m. at the intersection of NE Independence Avenue and NE Chipman Road.
No additional information is available at this time.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time.
Fatal Car Crashes in Kansas City
Vehicle collision data that is tracked by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows that, in 2018, almost 5,000 people died during collisions with tractor-trailers. In other words, about 5,000 families suffered the loss of somebody they loved. Out of all tractor-trailer crash fatalities in 2018, just 18% of them were tractor-trailer occupants and 82% were from the other vehicle involved in the accident.
When victims are injured in accidents resulting from the negligence of other motorists, it is important that they seek legal guidance as soon as possible. Victims may be entitled to compensation that can help cover the costs of care and other expenses moving forward. A responsive and effective motorcycle accident attorney in Missouri can help to explain your legal rights as a victim of an accident.
Our team at Peterson & Associates P.C. will help you to understand the legal options available to you in the aftermath of a car accident. Our personal injury attorneys in Kansas City strive to help our clients maximize their recoveries so they can get the medical treatment they need without worry.
Not only is it crucial that victims are able to get full and fair compensation after being injured by negligent drivers, but we are committed to helping them gain peace of mind in knowing they can move forward and overcome the challenges they face.
Of all possible motives for the continuous yearly increase in Missouri’s car accident rate, the directly proportional influx of distracted drivers throughout the state appears to be the most probable. The number of Missouri drivers who are relentlessly on to their cell phones, even when behind the wheel, seems to be compounding with every passing year. Even with a decline in the use of cell phones in teen drivers, approximately 14% of all car accidents statewide are the immediate and undeniable result of a driver’s cell phone use.
If you have been injured in a car accident and would like to explore legal options available to you, contact our Kansas City personal injury attorneys at 816-888-8888 as soon as possible to schedule a free case of evaluation to see how we can help you.
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