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Crash involving semi may lead to Colorado wrongful death claim

When a fatal accident takes place, it may not be immediately clear to authorities who may be at fault for the incident. For this reason, evidence is collected, and investigations are carried out in order to obtain as much information as possible about the event. The information pertaining to who is considered responsible for a fatal accident can play a substantial role in any resulting wrongful death claims.

Unsecured transport items cause serious injuries and fatalities

Have you ever driven on the freeway behind a vehicle carrying a heavy load of items? It could be a long ladder that doesn't appear securely tied up. Perhaps it is a long bed truck carrying many large steel pipes. Do you ever fear such items will get loose and hurl towards your windshield? It is a scary thought, especially since roadway debris is the reason many crashes occur. In fact, according to a study done by AAA Foundation, over 200,000 traffic accidents stem from unsecured transport loads.

Family may consider wrongful death claim after Colorado crash

Making the decision to take legal action after a fatal car accident can be difficult for surviving family members. They certainly know that seeking compensation cannot bring their loved one back, but they may gain some semblance of closure and justice if they choose to file a wrongful death claim. Though this type of action can be complicated, it may prove beneficial.

Fatal crash may lead to wrongful death claims in Colorado

Sudden deaths can affect everyone differently. Unfortunately, most deaths do occur under unexpected circumstances, and car accidents account for a considerable number of those fatalities. When an accident does result in one or multiple deaths, the surviving family members of the victims may have reason to seek compensation from the driver considered at fault through wrongful death claims.

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