Ludlow Police Department officers were dispatched close to 11 p.m. Friday night to a head-on collision on the bend of Center Street near Booth Street. The accident occurred between a 52-year-old male driving a 2014 Ford Edge and a 29-year-old female driving a 2012 Toyota Camry. Both drivers were from Ludlow. Both were taken to Springfield’s Baystate Medical Center with serious injuries according to the Ludlow Fire Department. The Massachusetts State Police Accident Reconstruction Team was also at the area.
The situation is being reviewed by the Reconstruction Team in connection with the Hampden District Attorney’s Office and the Ludlow Police Department.
Head-On Car Accident
Head-on collisions can be the most severe type of car injury. Regardless of speed, these accidents can cause the most damage. Injuries from such collisions can take the most time from which to recover. The law recognizes this and requires that all drivers exercise care while driving. This is why there are regulations about driving and standard laws and signs. Failing to follow regulations and signs on the road are a way lawyers establish negligence in car accident cases. This is because the driver failed to meet his or her duty of driving safely by following the rules.
When an experienced Massachusetts personal injury attorney establishes the other driver is at fault for you injuries in a head-on collision, that driver becomes responsible for your medical bills, expenses, lost earnings, and pain and suffering. If you will have to continue medical care, the driver could also be responsible for your continuing medical care.
If you have suffered serious injuries in a head-on car accident contact us at the Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers at (617) 777-7777 to make sure you recover everything to which you are entitled.
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