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Massachusetts car accident injures 1 person

On behalf of posted in car accidents on Friday January 17, 2014

Car accidents occur every day throughout the state of Massachusetts. Unfortunately, some of these accidents can be very serious and the injuries that result can be severe. Injuries that are received in a car accident can change the victim’s life indefinitely, both physically and mentally. An example may be found in a recent car accident in which one man sustained injuries.

The accident took place in early January on Route 24 in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Upon early investigation, police believe that the two cars involved were travelling in the same lane and direction of travel when the collision took place. The male driver of a pickup truck sustained injuries, while the female driver of the other vehicle, a sedan, did not report being injured in the incident. Emergency personnel arrived at the scene soon after the collision occurred and rushed the injured man to the hospital for evaluation and treatment.

According to a police sergeant, the man’s injuries may have been serious in nature. However, his current condition is not known at this time. The accident closed the right lane of Route 24 north for almost half an hour, and remains under investigation by Massachusetts police.

pain and sufferingDepending on the findings of the Massachusetts accident investigation, criminal charges may be filed against those involved. If it appears that negligence played a causal role in the crash, the injured man may seek monetary compensation from the responsible party. Those involved in a car accident are often affected for an extended period of time after the event. Compensation could help pay for medical bills, property damage and time lost from work, as well as pain and suffering resulting from the incident.

Source:, Man injured in Route 24 accident in West Bridgewater, Benjamin Paulin, Jan. 11, 2014

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