Lone Jack, MO - Patsy S. Arnold Killed During Police Pursuit on US-50
Lone Jack, MO (June 04, 2021) - A woman was killed on Friday, June 4th when a police chase resulted in an accident on U.S. 50 in the area of Milton Thompson Road.
Reports state that the collision took place while officers from the Lone Jack Police Department were in pursuit of a stolen car. Officers said that the driver of the stolen vehicle swerved across the median, striking two other cars in the process.
The driver of the stolen vehicle initially fled the scene but was apprehended a short while later.
The driver of one of the non-involved vehicles, 73-year-old Patsy S. Arnold, a resident of Smithville, sustained life-threatening injuries. She was transported to an area hospital. She was pronounced dead a short while later.
A passenger in Arnold's vehicle was moderately injured during the impact.
The 30-year-old woman driving the second non-involved vehicle endured non-critical injuries.
This accident is under investigation.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of the deceased victim, Mrs. Patsy S. Arnold, at this time. Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families in hopes of a full recovery.
Wrongful Deaths in Lone Jack
Wrongful death is a death that is caused by the action, inaction, or negligence of a person or business. In Missouri, wrongful death is defined as “the death of a person result[ing] from any act, conduct, occurrence, transaction or circumstance which, if death had not ensued, would have entitled such person to recover damages in respect thereof.” Wrongful deaths can include circumstances such as a person killed by a driver who ran a red light, a passenger who dies due to negligence on the part of the driver, or a doctor making a mistake that causes the death of their patient.
Bringing a claim of wrongful death could possibly ensure that you receive much-needed financial compensation that will help you pay for hospital bills, funeral expenses, and help grieving members of your family get the counseling they need. This financial compensation could also go towards your child’s education and many other responsibilities your deceased family member would have contributed to.
The Kansas City personal injury attorneys at Peterson & Associates, P.C. always ensure that a victim’s rights are defended after they are injured by a negligent, malicious, or careless person.
When people are injured in accidents brought on by someone else’s carelessness, Missouri allows them to file a personal injury suit against the at-fault driver for financial compensation. Victims should consult with a car accident attorney in Missouri who has decades of experience dealing with personal injury laws.
At www.PetersonLawFirm.com, we are committed to helping our clients regain their losses. Speak with our personal injury attorneys in Missouri at (816) 298-8708 to meet with our team of knowledgeable attorneys right away to see how we can help you recover from your accident.
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