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Kansas City, MO – MSHP Responds to Injury Crash on NE Vivion Rd near N Brighton Ave

Categorized as Auto Accidents, Personal Injury

Kansas City, MO (October 21, 2022) – A collision reportedly took place in Clay County on Wednesday evening that left two people injured. At around 10:57 p.m., on October 19, the Missouri State Highway Patrol was notified that a crash on Northeast and Vivion Road required assistance.

According to local law enforcement, a 2016 Ford was traveling through the intersection of Northeast Vivion Road in North Brighton Avenue when it collided with a 2019 Dodge. Both vehicles were totaled as a result of the accident.

The drivers of both vehicles, identified as 33-year-old Silvia Rodriguez Rivera and 36-year-old Jason Lacey, were both injured in the crash. The two victims were transported by Kansas City Fire to North Kansas City Hospital, where they were treated for injuries.

The circumstances surrounding the collision are under investigation by the Missouri State Highway Patrol at this time.

We hope Silvia Rodriguez Rivera and Jason Lacey recover quickly following this accident.

Car Accidents in Missouri

Kansas City, MO – MSHP Responds to Injury Crash on NE Vivion Rd near N Brighton AveCrashes involving motor vehicles take place every day in the state of Missouri. There are many instances where people are left with serious injuries as a result of crashes. Victims are injured as a result of accidents, they may be able to file personal injury lawsuits against those who are responsible.

In Missouri, the law of pure comparative negligence applies to car accident cases. This means that each driver is responsible for the damages caused by their own negligence. The amount of damages each driver is responsible for is determined by their percentage of fault.

For example, if one driver rear-ends a second driver, the first driver would be 100% at fault and would be responsible for all of the damages caused. If the first driver and the second driver are both speeding and the first driver rear-ends the second driver, then each driver would be 50% at fault. In this case, each driver would be responsible for half of the damages caused.

If you have been involved in a car accident in Missouri, it is important to determine who was at fault so that you can recover the maximum amount of compensation possible. An experienced Kansas City car accident attorney can help you investigate the accident and build a strong case against the negligent party.

Our lawyers have Peterson & Associates, P.C. have over 30 years of experience fighting to protect the legal rights of innocent people who have suffered injuries due to negligent motorists. Our team can help you seek financial compensation to alleviate the costs you face for medical expenses, vehicle repairs, and more. Schedule a consultation at our Missouri law firm today by calling 816-888-8888. Our lawyers are available to help you get justice.

Note: Our team of writers utilized secondary sources in the creation of this accident post. For that reason, the specifics regarding this accident have not been independently fact-checked and verified by our writing staff. If you locate any information that is not accurate, please notify us immediately so that we can update the post to reflect the most accurate information available. If you would like the post to be removed from our site, please let us know and we will do our best to remove it completely.

Disclaimer: As a well-respected member of the Kansas City, Missouri business community, Peterson & Associates, P.C. is always looking to increase the safety of and bring overall safety for all Missouri residents. We hope that by bringing awareness to the dangers associated with driving that people will exercise additional caution when operating a motor vehicle and avoid being injured in a serious crash. This post is not intended to be a solicitation for business. This post should not be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. The photos depicted in this post are not representative of the actual accident scene.