Many things will go through your mind when you are in a car wreck. The stress of the situation might make it hard to think clearly. Still, you need to be sure that you are handling things appropriately so that you don't accidentally ruin your chance to seek compensation after the crash.
Most victims won't ever forget the shock of being struck by a semi-truck. It can be difficult to think about what happened. A wreck of this magnitude is likely going to mean that you need to seek medical care for the injuries you suffer. Unfortunately, most people aren't prepared to handle the financial impact of something like this happening.
If you are starting the divorce process or have finalized it, it is time to revisit your estate plan. Of course, doing so is good practice at least every few years or after any major life change such as a divorce, marriage or birth of a child or even grandchild.
In July of 2017, a man struck a bicyclist and ran from the scene. This happened on the Natchez Trace Parkway in an area where bicyclists can ride in vehicle lanes. The man admitted to the hit-and-run crash.
The loss of a loved one comes with a lot of responsibilities for the next of kin. In these cases, making the final arrangements is the top priority. Once that is done and things start to settle down, the decision to explore legal compensation might be made. This can be done through a wrongful death lawsuit if there are specific conditions that the case can meet.