On Friday, June 15, Daniel J. Stubblefield and Angela M. Brownfield were both injured in a multi-car accident on Highway 133, east of route BB. The accident began at approximately 8:30 pm when Daniel J. Stubblefield crossed the center line into oncoming traffic and struck Angela M. Brownfield head-on. Both vehicles spun out of control and came to rest on the east side of the highway. According to the official crash report, Angela M. Brownfield suffered serious injuries. Daniel J. Stubblefield was unhurt, and released at the scene. Ms. Brownfield had to be rushed to Lake Regional Hospital for further observation and treatment. Ms. Brownfield was not wearing her safety belt at the time of the accident.
A traffic accident can be a severely traumatic experience. We at the law offices of Kevin J. Roach wish all parties a quick and thorough recovery.
Missouri offers a broad system of personal injury laws meant to protect parties who are injured through another person’s negligence. Here, though the accident may have been because of one driver, that action can be effeced by the other party’s own negligence. The party seeking relief will be entitled to payment for lost wages, any damaged property, and any medical bills incurred as a result of the accident that are not a result of his or her own negligence.
If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, consult the personal injury experts at the law offices of Kevin J. Roach, (866) 519-0085, today.