Ozaukee County, WI (September 21, 2023) – A car crash was reported to police in Ozaukee County on the evening of September 21. At approximately 8:08 p.m., responders went to the crash site to help the people involved.
Sources say it occurred on Interstate 43 near Wisconsin Route 57. All lanes were blocked while emergency crews were present, resulting in significant traffic delays.
One or more injured victims were treated and taken to the hospital. Their names have not been reported at this time.
We hope for the full recovery of those with injuries.
Wisconsin Car Accidents
in Wisconsin, tens of thousands of car accidents are reported each and every year. Most of these accidents, unfortunately, are caused by negligent drivers. In the past decade, negligent driving has become a serious and problematic issue in the United States and throughout the state of Wisconsin. Across the United States, millions of vehicle collisions are reported that cause injuries and some even end in death.
Throughout the United States, the most common reason car crashes occur is negligent driving. Actions like distraction, intoxication, speeding, and fatigue are the most common types of negligent driving demonstrated among American drivers. If the actions of a negligent driver have recently hurt you or someone you love, you may be eligible to collect financial compensation for the damages you have suffered. Countless forms of negligent driving exist, however, the most common include intoxication, distraction, and speeding. For example, over 11,000 people lose their lives every single year because of drivers who travel at unsafe speeds. Additionally, over 400,000 vehicle accidents can be attributed to distracted, driving every single year. Sadly, more than 3000 lose their lives each year due to these accidents.
At the law office of Zerbst & Kluck, S.C., our skilled and reputable car crash lawyers in Ozaukee County can help you to fully recover in numerous ways. When you work with one of our skilled car crash attorneys to file a personal injury claim, we can help you get the money you need to pay for your vehicle repairs, lost wages, medical bills, and even intangible damages, like pain in suffering, emotional turmoil, loss of life enjoyment, and more. Call our personal injury law office at (608) 471-5365 to talk to a lawyer about our ability to help you recover. Our team of Ozaukee County car crash lawyers do not charge upfront or out-of-pocket fees and only get paid if you do so call us as soon as you can to talk to a lawyer who is ready to help you through this difficult time.
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