Warrenton, GA (December 17, 2022) - One person is dead after being involved in a single-vehicle accident in Warren County, Georgia.
According to the Georgia Department of Public Safety's Public Information Officer, Georgia State Patrol Troopers were dispatched to the intersection of Thomson Highway and Industrial Drive on Friday, December 16 at 7:36 p.m.
They learned from the investigation into the accident that a Dodge Durango was driving east on Thomson Highway, away from Warrenton, when it pulled off the right side of the roadway.
The vehicle then struck a trailer in a parking lot just before Industrial Drive.
The driver did not survive long after being pulled from the vehicle.
Even though car accidents frequently involve multiple vehicles, this does not mean that every collision will involve another driver.
There is a wide range of potential factors that could result in an accident involving a single vehicle. These types of accidents tend to happen more often than one might think.
If you are the only vehicle involved in the accident, you may believe that you are automatically at fault and must pay for your own damages. This, however, is not always the case. Even if your vehicle was the only one involved in the crash, there are certain circumstances where you have the legal right to seek compensation from another party.
Drivers must be familiar with the legal ramifications of single-car accidents, as well as the various recovery options available.
A driver is liable for a single-vehicle accident if their actions were the direct cause of the accident. Proximate cause means that their actions set in motion the events that led to the crash.
Following a single-vehicle accident, our team of experienced Warrenton Car Accident Attorneys may be able to assist with your claim.
If you were involved in a single-vehicle accident and believe it was caused by someone else's negligent or careless actions, don't hesitate to contact The Mabra Firm for legal assistance.
Accidents involving a single vehicle can be difficult to handle on your own, especially if someone else is at fault. You will need the assistance of an attorney to prove that another driver was the cause of your accident.
Call The Mabra Law Firm at 404-344-5255 right away to make an appointment with a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer.
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.