Elmer Keisling, William T. Williams, Sally Wright, all seriously injured in Cole County crash

At approximately 8 am on May 1st, four people were injured in a multi-vehicle accident just east of North Moreau Creek Bridge. The accident began when Elmer Keisling, 85, Jefferson City, lost control of his vehicle as he was attempting to navigate a curve. Mr. Keisling’s car then struck a Dodge Caravan operated by Sally Wright, 50, Eugene, MO. Mr. Keisling, Ms. Wright, and two occupants William T. Williams, 21, Russellville, and Bethany Crow, 26, also of Eugene, were injured. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, Mr. Keisling, Mr. Williams, and Ms. Wright all sustained serious injuries. Ms. Crow was also injured, but not in a life threatening manner. All parties were transported to local hospitals for treatment.

A traffic accidents are often painful, traumatic events. We at the law offices of Kevin J. Roach wish all parties a quick and thorough recovery.

The Legal Claims

Missouri offers a thorough though complex system of personal injury law meant to protect those who are injured through the negligence of others. Here, Mr. Keisling was likely at fault and the injured parties will be able to pursue claims for lost wages, medical bills, property damage and pain and suffering, from Mr. Keisling and his insurer.

If you’ve been injured in a traffic accident, consult the personal injury experts at the law offices of Kevin J. Roach, (866) 519-0085, today.