Minor injuries in Minnesota auto accident

Minor injuries in Minnesota auto accident

Post Bulletin reported a Minnesota auto accident in which a woman and a three-year-old boy escaped serious injuries.

The 32-year-old woman was driving her car southbound on U.S. 52, when a 48-year-old man merged his Freightliner semi truck into her lane and sideswiped the woman's car causing the Minnesota car accident.

The car and the semi-truck hit the median wall in the Minnesota auto accident.

The woman and boy suffered minor injuries as a result of the Minnesota auto accident. The truck driver was unhurt. Debris from the accident struck another car, but did not cause any further injuries.


Minnesota Car Accident Statistics

According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, there was a daily average of 217 car crashes in 2018. Each accident carries with it great consequences for those involved. Not only is the physical and emotional impact great with each crash, but the financial toll can extend suffering caused by an accident and victims should not be left reeling from the financial burden of another driver's negligence.

Our Minnesota auto accident attorney understands the impacts of auto accidents and is here to help fight for the rights of victims. We believe that negligent and careless drivers should be held accountable for their actions. We will fight to hold the negligent driver accountable for their carelessness in your case.

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