1 Driver Hospitalized after Two-Vehicle Collision on Evergreen Way [Everett, WA]

1 Driver Hospitalized After Two-Vehicle Collision on Evergreen Way [Everett, WA]

1 Driver Hospitalized After Two-Vehicle Collision on Evergreen Way [Everett, WA]


Two-Vehicle Collision on Evergreen Way Left 1 Driver Seriously Injured

Everett, WA (July 7, 2020)– A driver sustained serious injuries in a two-vehicle collision on Evergreen Way on Sunday night.
The two-vehicle collision took place on June 28 at the 11300 block of Evergreen Way near the Walmart. The Everett Police Department said that the incident occurred around 8:20 a.m.
One driver was hospitalized for sustaining serious injuries due to the impact of the crash.
Furthermore, the extent of the collision prompted the closure of southbound lanes. Also, northbound traffic was reduced to one lane for two hours.

Pending Investigation of Personal Injury Case

Mark Sweet, a personal injury attorney at Sweet Lawyers, says that an experienced lawyer can spearhead a separate investigation for serious car accident cases. A personal injury lawyer can fight on behalf of the injured party. “We have the ability to secure evidence in your favor, request additional information, and get vital eyewitness accounts. Moreover, a lawyer can review insurance coverage you are entitled to that may not be common knowledge. Having an experienced attorney at such a delicate time in your life will make all the difference”.

You can seek help from the experienced lawyers at Sweet Lawyers when involved in a serious traffic accident like a two-vehicle crash. We have over 40 years of experience in the legal field. Therefore, our attorneys and professional legal team are well-experienced in handling your personal injury case. We will fight to achieve the justice and compensation that you and your family deserve. Call our offices at (800) 203-3061 for a free consultation with a professional in your area. In addition, you can reach us by email, online chat, and text message. Our lines are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.