Posted on March 11, 2018
In Waynesboro, PA this week, one driver was killed and another was injured when their vehicles ended up in a crash. A Larry E. Warner was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, while Nicholas S. Moyer was flown to a nearby hospital because he had serious injuries. Warner was driving a van when, suddenly, he went across the solid double-yellow line into the other line, where he crashed into the other driver’s vehicle. Along with injuries and a fatality, the accident ended in serious damages to both vehicles as well.
What happens when you or a loved one has been involved in an accident and you have suffered serious injuries or your loved one has passed away due to their injuries? If this has happened to you, you want to be prepared for anything and bring a claim against a negligent party as soon as possible so that you can retain your rights. Negligence by another party could mean that another party is liable for your injuries, which could gain you the compensation you deserve in your time of need for aspects like medical bills, lost wages, and emotional suffering.
You can show that a party acted negligently through the involvement of a police report, from witness statements from those who have seen the accident occur, and also through photographs of your injuries or the accident scene. You don’t want to wait because Pennsylvania has a statute of limitations for personal injuries of 2 years from the point of discovering your injuries. Don’t wait another minute and call us today at Edelstein Martin & Nelson so we can help, at 888-208-1810.