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Serious motor vehicle accidents can lead to permanent damages

With a multitude of potential causes, motor vehicle accidents occur on a daily basis and can have disastrous consequences. Those who fall victim to a negligent driver often suffer severe injuries, such as a traumatic brain injury, which could lead to long-term or permanent damages. A recent collision in New Mexico involving up to six vehicles has left one person in critical condition.

The incident reportedly began when a car that was stopped at a traffic light was suddenly rear-ended by another vehicle. The impact set off a chain reaction that resulted in a total of six vehicles being hit. The woman that was waiting at the red light was rushed to the hospital following the incident, and apparently remains in critical condition.

Authorities say the driver that initiated impact may have been under the influence of drugs at the time. They also assert that she might have been involved in another incident earlier, in which she may have left the scene before police arrived. Individuals who are found culpable of such negligence are often determined at fault in collisions, and victims of intoxicated driving often choose to seek compensation accordingly.

Suffering permanent damages in an accident can create various hardships in life, such as a need for long-term medical care and an inability to maintain gainful employment. When experiencing such challenges, a person in New Mexico might find it beneficial to speak with an attorney for advice on available options for restitution. An attorney can evaluate the incident and assist a client in pursuing the compensation deserved through the necessary outlets.

Source: krqe.com, "One person hospitalized after multi-vehicle crash at Eubank and Academy", June 26, 2017

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