Injury in Bellingham DUI Collision
Bellingham, WA (April 30, 2022) – On Saturday, at about 2 a.m., a person sustained injuries in an Eldridge Avenue DUI crash.
The authorities immediately responded to the crash scene at the 3100 block area wherein the vehicle crashed into a tree.
When they arrived, the officers found the injured passenger and rushed them to PeaceHealth St Joseph Medical Center via ambulance.
Moreover, the Bellingham Police booked the 20-year-old driver into Whatcom County Jail with being a minor driver consuming alcohol and minor intoxicated in a public vehicle.
Inspect your vehicle’s headlights and turn signals. Be sure that both front and rear headlamps are working properly and visible enough a couple of yards away.
Also, take a reading of your tire pressure and make sure you maintain the recommended maximum. While at it, take a peek under your vehicle and ensure there are no loose objects or leaks.
Most importantly, do not drink and drive.
Injured in Vehicle Collision
A personal injury occurs when a person suffers any kind of physical, emotional, or psychological injury. The term “personal injury” covers a wide range of cases that occur from car accidents just as what happened in the Eldridge Avenue DUI Crash, assaults, slip and fall accidents, injuries from defective products or machinery, and some more cases.
When the involved individual/ suspect failed to meet their duty of care, unexpected and unnecessary personal injuries can take place.
Damages from a personal injury lawsuit range from emotional trauma, physical and mental disability, pain and suffering, disfigurement, bodily injuries, and a range of financial losses.
Lawyers have the ability to secure evidence in your favor, request additional information, and get vital eyewitness accounts.
Moreover, they can review insurance coverage you are entitled to that may not be common knowledge. Indeed, having an experienced attorney fighting on your behalf can make all the difference.