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Jefferson, MO – Kevin Williams Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on MO-30 near High Ridge Blvd

Categorized as Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Jefferson, MO (August 13, 2022) – Authorities were called to the site of a major crash in Jefferson County that left one man injured. At around 4:30 p.m., on August 11, the Missouri State Highway Patrol was notified that a vehicle collision occurred on Missouri State Route 30.

Reports from authorities show that a 2022 Qipai Hunier and a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee collided on Missouri State Route 30 near High Ridge Boulevard. The incident left the motorcycle with significant damage, requiring it to be towed from the scene.

North Jefferson County EMS transported 38-year-old Kevin Williams to Mercy Hospital South for emergency medical care.

The crash remains under investigation.

We hope Kevin Williams recovers quickly and fully from his injuries. 

Car Accidents in Missouri

Jefferson, MO - Kevin Williams Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on MO-30 near High Ridge BlvdAuto crashes in Missouri leave victims injured every day. When people are hurt due to the negligence of others, it is important that they take action to ensure that legal rights are protected. Taking pictures and documenting the scene of the accident can help to build the strongest case possible. It is important that you reach out to law enforcement to file a police report. Obtain the contact information of witnesses to the accident as they can provide you with testimony to help bolster your claim in the future.

If you or your loved one has recently been harmed as a result of an auto accident caused by a negligent motorist, it is important that you reach out to our car accident lawyers in Jefferson for immediate representation. Securing the guidance of a supportive and knowledgeable legal team can help to provide you with the confidence you need to prevail on your personal injury case.

Since 1993, David Peterson Avenue Peterson & Associates, P.C. has fought to protect the rights of victims who have been hurt in accidents due to negligent drivers. Over the years, Attorney Peterson has handled various types of catastrophic personal injury cases for his clients. Our team is committed to helping injured victims from coast-to-coast secure the compensation that they need and deserve after being harmed due to negligent parties.

Our team is so confident in our ability to help you get justice that we never charge you a dollar unless we win. Our lawyers will take your case on a contingency basis, so you are able to focus on recovering from your injuries while knowing your legal rights are protected. Our Missouri personal injury law firm is here to help you understand your rights and provide you with answers to your questions and solutions moving forward. We will help you get justice. Contact our team today at 816-888-8888 to get started on your personal injury case with a free consultation.

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