Glendale, WI (October 3, 2023) – The Wisconsin Highway Patrol assisted firefighters with the North Shore Fire Department at the scene of an automobile accident that took place in the Glendale area.
The accident was reported to law enforcement at approximately 3:05 p.m. on October 2.
According to reports, a collision between vehicles occurred on the southbound side of Interstate 43 at the construction zone near Silver Spring Drive. The incident prompted authorities to shut down the roadway at the construction zone, causing severe disruptions in traffic throughout the area.
Injuries were confirmed as a result of this collision. Emergency medical services were dispatched to care for injured victims and transport them to local hospitals.
The crash is actively being investigated.
Our thoughts go out to the victims injured in this accident and their families at this time.
Car Accidents in Wisconsin
Automobile accidents take place far too often in our state. Unfortunately, there are countless instances where innocent people are harmed as a result of negligent and reckless motorists. We often see victims left with significant injuries following crashes that are caused by speeding motorists, drivers who fail to yield, and drivers who are tailgating on highways.
Regrettably, any type of accident has the potential to cause serious harm to those involved. Some of the most serious injuries reported in vehicle collisions across Wisconsin include:
- Spinal Cord Injuries: These injuries often result in some form of paralysis for victims. Unfortunately, there are many instances where the impacts of spinal cord injuries are permanent in nature.
- Traumatic Brain Injuries: TBIs are extremely debilitating due to the fact that they can cause widespread consequences for victims. Many injured parties experience motor skill impairments, memory loss, and overwhelming pain.
- Herniated Discs: These injuries are especially debilitating and have a dramatic impact on a person’s quality of life. Unfortunately, these injuries prevent victims from being able to lift heavy objects and perform a variety of tasks.
If you have been harmed due to an automobile collision, you may be able to take legal action against the responsible party. It is important for you to reach out to a Glendale car accident lawyer as soon as possible. You will want your attorney to get started on your lawsuit immediately to ensure you have the best case against the defendant with the strongest evidence.
At Zerbst & Kluck, S.C., our team is committed to providing top-notch legal representation and fighting for the rights of our clients. We understand the challenges that come with personal injury cases and are dedicated to helping our clients receive the justice and financial recovery they need to move forward. Our fearless advocates will stop at nothing to hold those responsible accountable and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve. Contact our Wisconsin personal injury law firm by calling (608) 471-5365 today for a free consultation, and let us help you on your journey toward justice and healing. Your case is important to us, and we will work tirelessly to make sure you get the best possible outcome.
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