Banks County, GA – Driver and Passenger Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident


Single Vehicle Accident Lawyer in Banks County, GA

Banks County, Georgia (June 14, 2023) - Two people were killed in a single-vehicle rollover accident in Banks County early Wednesday.

Around 6:25 a.m., the accident occurred on GA 15/US Highway 441 at Banks Road, about two miles north of Banks Crossing in Commerce.

A 36-year-old from Warner Robins was driving an Audi A3 south on Highway 441, according to the Georgia State Patrol. 

The car ran off the road in a curve. It went into the median and then down an embankment, where it collided with the ditch bottom and overturned.

Both the driver and the passenger were thrown from the vehicle. They were taken from the scene to a nearby hospital, where they both passed away from their injuries. 

State troopers who were investigating the crash said that both victims were not wearing their seatbelts at the time of the accident. 

For more than two hours, the northbound lanes of Highway 441 near the crash site were closed while troopers investigated and crews cleared the wreckage.

Single-Vehicle Car Accidents in Georgia

Despite the fact that multiple vehicles are frequently involved in car accidents, single-vehicle accidents occur quite often. A single-vehicle collision can happen for several reasons.

If you are the sole occupant of the vehicle, you may believe you are automatically at fault and must pay for your own damages. However, this is not always the case. Even if your vehicle was the only one involved in the accident, you may be able to seek compensation if another party's negligence caused the accident.

Drivers must be aware of the various options available to them in the event of a single-car collision, as well as the potential legal ramifications.

If a driver's actions were the direct cause of a single-vehicle accident, they may be held liable for any resulting damages.

Our team of knowledgeable Car Accident Attorneys may be able to assist you with your claim following a single-vehicle accident.

If you were involved in a single-vehicle collision and believe that someone else's carelessness or negligence was to blame, you may be entitled to compensation.

Single-vehicle collisions can be difficult to handle, especially if another driver is at fault. You will need the assistance of an attorney to prove that another motorist or other entity was at fault for your car accident.

Accidents involving only one vehicle can be fatal as well. The absence of another vehicle does not lessen the seriousness of the accident.

If a single-vehicle accident kills someone, the family of the deceased driver may be able to hire a Wrongful Death Attorney to help them with their claim if they believe the crash was caused by the negligence of another party.

If you have any questions about your single-vehicle accident, contact The Mabra Firm as soon as possible.

Call us at 404-344-5255 today to schedule a free consultation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys. 

Note: This post was created with the help of outside sources, such as news articles and first-hand accounts. Because the details of this accident have not been independently verified, please notify us immediately if you discover any false information. We will update the post to reflect the correct information.

Disclaimer: At The Mabra Law Firm, we are always looking for ways to improve the quality and safety of our state, and we have been saddened by the outcomes of numerous accidents. We hope that by informing those in our community about these accidents, they will work to prevent other serious accidents in the future. These posts are not intended to be solicitations for business. The information contained within should never be interpreted as medical or legal advice. We wish everyone involved in these accidents a fast recovery.