Randolph County, NC – Two Seriously Hurt in U.S. 220 Business Car Accident

Randolph County, NC (September 12, 2020) – Two motorists suffered serious injuries in a single-vehicle crash that took place in Randolph County on Wednesday, September 9th. The accident happened just before 12:00 p.m. on U.S. 220 Business near Arcadia Road.

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol responded to the scene shortly after the crash took place. According to Master Trooper Brandon Baker, a 39-year-old woman from Yadkinville was driving a 2008 Honda passenger vehicle when, for unknown reasons, her car crossed the centerline of the roadway. The car veered off the road to the left and collided with a mailbox and a tree.

Rescue workers arrived at the scene and took the driver and an unidentified adult passenger to Moses Cone Hospital for treatment of serious injuries. The current condition of the victims is not available at this time. There is no information on the cause of the crash as troopers continue to investigate.

No charges have been filed at this time.

We would like to extend our thoughts to the victims of this car accident in Randolph County as we hope for their complete recoveries.

Car Accidents in North Carolina  Randolph County, NC - Two Seriously Hurt in U.S. 220 Business Car Accident

Being a victim of a North Carolina car accident can be a very frustrating experience. Each year across our state, approximately 80,000 people will receive injuries due to traffic accidents. Thousands of these victims will be hurt when they come into contact with a negligent driver. Negligent drivers are all around us and their careless actions affect other motorists on a daily basis. Speeding, distraction, impairment, and reckless driving all contribute to the number of accidents and serious injuries that we see on our streets and highways.

If you have been hurt in a crash, you may feel hopeless and overwhelmed. With medical bills piling up physical pain from the accident itself, it is normal to feel as though you may never regain the life you enjoyed prior to the crash. In the best-case scenario, you could be looking at a long recovery period with extensive medical treatment ahead of you. Although this is undoubtedly a difficult time, there is reason to be optimistic about your future.

Under North Carolina law, motorists who have been injured in a crash that was not their fault may be eligible to receive compensation for their injuries. The amount of your recovery depends on a variety of factors including the extent and nature of your injuries as well as the total of your medical bills. An experienced car accident attorney in North Carolina can guide you through this process and ensure that you receive a fair settlement for your claims.

At Burton Law Firm, attorney Jason M. Burton is here for you during your time of need. From our office in Raleigh, we help car accident victims throughout our state who find themselves injured due to no fault of their own.

We offer free consultations and case evaluations to all potential clients. To schedule your appointment with a member of our team, please contact us at https://www.jmburtonlaw.com/contact-us.html or give us a call at (833) 623-0042.

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