Milford Township, PA (July 21, 2018) – On Saturday, around 12:00 p.m., an accident occurred on Route 663 in Bucks County. A 21-year old male named Keys Beasley-Washington drove his Volkswagen eastbound when he attempted to make a left on Spinnerstown Road. A 64-year old woman named Michele Weller drove her Toyota westbound, which resulted into a head-on collision between the two vehicles. Pennsylvania State Police reported that Beasley-Washington’s vehicle stopped in the westbound lanes, while Weller’s vehicle ended up on the westbound shoulder. Both drivers received injuries.
The EMS transported Beasley-Washington to the St. Luke’s Hospital in Quakertown due to his minor injuries. The EMS transported Weller to the Lenigh Valley Hospital in Salisbury Township due to her serious injuries. Both vehicles were towed. Officials state Beasley-Washington received a citation for a left-turn violation.
No matter how careful drivers are, car accidents still occur on a daily basis. Car accidents occur for many reasons, but the most common cause is negligent driving. Negligent driving can result from texting, eating, applying makeup, driving under the influence, or falling asleep at the wheel. Negligent driving can also occur if a driver commits illegal activity, such as making illegal turns. Because Weller suffered serious injuries, she could file a personal injury lawsuit against Beasley-Washington.
At Edelstein, Martin & Nelson, we understand that car accidents can be life-threatening or worse. We do our best to make sure our clients receive compensation for their damages, whether economic or non-economic. If you, or someone you know, received injuries in a car accident, call 888-208-1810.