50-Year-Old Woman Dead in Poulsbo Auto Accident on State Route 305
POULSBO, WA (January 2, 2022) – Friday night, Jennifer Winchester died in a DUI crash on State Route 305.
According to reports, 36-year-old Dorothy Liebenrood drove south on State Route 305. Then, she drove across the northbound lanes and collided with a vehicle head-on.
As a result, the vehicle driver, 50-year-old Jennifer Winchester of Bremerton, died at the scene.
After the crash, responders took Liebenrood to a local hospital. Later, authorities arrested her for investigation of vehicular homicide and suspicion of DUI.
Meanwhile, the crash blocked the road for several hours during the investigation.
Sweet Lawyers extends our condolences to the family and community of Jennifer Winchester.
Moving Forward after a Tragic Loss in a Crash
The loss of a dear one in the crash on State Route 305 is irreversible. Thus, it is in the best interest of you and your family to be aware of what to do next.
Those impacted must recognize they may have the authority to file a wrongful death suit. This may be the most beneficial step towards recovery.
Filing a claim will help alleviate the financial burden the death of a relative has generated.
“Having legal representation after such a traumatic event will provide your family the space to heal while ensuring that justice is brought to the deceased,” says Mark Sweet, of Sweet Lawyers.
If you lost someone you love in a similar Poulsbo auto accident, you do not have to face the aftermath alone. We strive for legal representation that encourages families to remain strong and find hope in their futures. Above all, we understand the gravity of the situation and want to help make this process as easy as possible. With our seasoned wrongful death lawyers, you will only need to tend to your well-being, while we focus on your legal claim. Furthermore, our attorneys will ensure that you and your family receive the justice and compensation you deserve. For more information, call us now for a free consultation at (800) 674 7852.