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Kansas City Police say Fatal Crash in Independence, MO. was Caused by Speeding

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Kansas City Police say speeding is the cause of a single vehicle crash that killed one person and sent another to the hospital with a very serious injury.  The accident, which happened at Cogan Drive and 28th terrace court in Independence, Missouri early that morning when a car lost control and struck a tree.  The crash killed the driver and severely injured the passenger.

 

At Roswold Law Group, our experienced Kansas City Auto Accident Attorneys, want to urgently remind all motorists about the importance of obeying all traffic laws, espectially speed limits.  These laws are designed spedifically to protect drivers and pedestrians alike from very serious injury and death.  We hope alcohol was not involved in this crash, as it is tragic enough as it is.

 

Remember that nearly all single vehicle car accidents can be prevented by simply practicing safe and attentive driving techniques and while it may not be as much fun to keep that odometer at 30 m.p.h., it could save your life.  Your vehicle is not built to maintain high speeds.  Even the slightest bump or pot hole can cause a very serious injury accident.  So please, slow down and drive safe.  Let's all work together to keep our roads safe for everyone.

 

If you have been the victim of a serious injury as the result of an automobile accident in Kansas or Missouri, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses including lost wages, medical bills and even burial expenses if you have lost a loved one as a result of the accident.  Don't delay, contact the Kansas City Personal Injury Lawyers of Roswold Law Group.

 

With over 15 years of experience in Auto Injury Accidents and Wrongful Death cases, we may be able to assist you through this difficult time.  Call our firm today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your personal injury claim.

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