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Massachusetts man dies during collision in fatal car accident

Tragic car accidents that result in injury or death can cause lots of turmoil for victims and their families. If a victim is killed in the accident there is a chance that the family could be put under financial strain in an already difficult period of time. Unfortunately, the family of a Massachusetts man may be in such a situation after he was killed in a fatal car accident.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident on Sept. 10. The incident occurred around 9:00 p.m. according to a local police official. The crash involved two vehicles, and, thankfully, only the drivers of the two cars were involved in the accident.

The deceased driver was temporarily trapped inside his car after the accident. The other driver was taken to a nearby hospital, but it is unknown how severe her injuries were. The accident closed the road it occurred on for a couple of hours because a reconstruction team was called in to investigate the cause of the accident.

Once investigations are completed by Massachusetts police, the family of the deceased may choose to seek monetary compensation if the other driver is found to be responsible for the fatal car accident. If compensation is awarded, it could be used by the family to pay for any excess expenses; this could help relieve some of the stress that is often put on families in such tragic situations. Although no amount of money can ever bring a loved one back, it could give the family a sense of closure and help them cope with their loss.

Source: wickedlocal.com, Male driver killed in head-on collision in Norwell, Scott Mackeen, Sept. 10, 2013

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