Michigan Car Crash in Hartford

Michigan Car Crash in Hartford

by / Wednesday, 28 May 2014 / Published in Accident News

Police are still investigating a severe car crash in Hartford, Michigan. The crash occurred at 5 a.m. Saturday morning. 22 year-old Carlos Meza Jr. was found dead at the scene after his Dodge Avenger apparently lost control and crashed into a tree.

The car caught on fire, and it’s still not certain whether or not the victim was wearing his seatbelt. It’s also unconfirmed if alcohol played any part in the accident. No other cars were involved in the accident. The cause is still unknown.

Goodwin & Scieszka offers our condolences to anyone that’s been affected by this accident. Losing a loved one in a car crash is a horrific event and a loss to an entire community.

As always, our firm wants to remind you that if you or a loved one has been injured as a result of someone else’s driving, then you may be entitled to financial compensation or a settlement.

We specialize in car, motorcycle and truck accidents.

Unfortunately, many victims will not receive their fair and just compensation because they don’t contact a skilled attorney. The legal road is bumpy for those who are not familiar with the court system, and we have the experience to get the financial award you deserve.  Don’t settle for peanuts just because an insurance adjustor tries to intimidate you. After representing thousands of accident victims, we have inside information that your insurance company doesn’t want you to know.

Our lawyers have already helped thousands of Michigan accident victims collect millions of dollars, and we’re ready to help you. Call us anytime, 24 hours a day, and we will be happy to serve you. Remember, Goodwin & Scieszka fights for you.

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