Far too often, motor vehicle accidents yield devastating damages. In more severe crashes that involve more than one vehicle, it is imperative that someone is held accountable for their actions. Today, a man in Upper Fairfield Township is being charged with felony accidents involving the death or the personal injury of another person.
On the morning of March 2, Jason John Wilson, 42, was driving his Hyundai Santa Fe northbound on Route 87 when he veered over the center line. His vehicle struck an oncoming SUV being operated by Allison B. Langrebe. The crash occurred around 7:30 a.m. and caused extremely serious, nearly catastrophic injuries to Langrebe. Langrebe was rushed to Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, while Wilson was brought to UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport Regional Medical Center. Langrebe suffered several broken bones in her arms and legs, and today, Wilson is being charged with multiple felonies including driving without a license.
When someone is operating their vehicle illegally as well as negligently, they must be held accountable for their actions. Head-on collisions such as this one are typically severe, and that could not be truer in this case. Wilson is being charged with driving without a license and causing Langrebe’s injuries among other violations. It is equally important to know that he is being held financially responsible for all of Langrebe’s economic losses.
At Edelstein, Martin & Nelson, we understand the importance of holding negligent drivers accountable. Langrebe suffered terribly serious injuries that resulted in astronomically high medical bills on top of lost wages. Our multi-talented attorneys understand the law, and experienced representation is the only way to ensure full compensation. If you have been hurt in an accident because of a negligent driver, call 888-208-1810 today.