Multi-vehicle car accidents in Indiana can be deadly

A woman has lost her life after being the victim of a multi-vehicle car accident recently. The tragedy occurred when one individual tried to back a trailer onto a driveway. Unfortunately, car accidents of this nature in Indiana are typically devastating — surely for the victims and usually for the surviving families as well.

A 54-year-old was towing a trailer and in the process of backing up into a driveway. The pickup truck with the trailer was in the southbound lane of the roadway. A car driven by a 49-year-old woman came along from the northbound direction. It hit the trailer and then spun around and ended up in the southbound lane. Unfortunately, the headlights of the car were disabled, and a third vehicle collided with her car head-on.

The woman was removed from the vehicle by rescue personnel and taken to a nearby hospital for treatment of injuries suffered in the crash. A short time after arriving at the hospital, she was pronounced dead. The other drivers involved were not injured.

Indiana car accidents involving multiple vehicles often require careful investigation in order to pinpoint exactly what occurred. The family of the woman who lost her life in this incident may have cause to file a wrongful death lawsuit against one or more parties. A successfully presented legal claim may lead to the entry of a monetary judgment for financial losses attributed to the fatal accident. That may prove beneficial as the family confronts the unexpected expenses and monetary losses that are common in these types of tragedies.

Source:, ” UPDATE: Woman killed in three-car crash in LaGrange County“, Michelle Beck, March 26, 2016

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