Mt Pleasant, SC – Injury-Causing Collision on US-17 at Arthur Ravenel Jr Bridge
Last updated Wednesday, January 18th, 2023
Mt Pleasant, SC (October 25, 2022) – Emergency services in Mount Pleasant were required on Tuesday, October 25, due to a serious collision. There was a collision on US-17 at the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge at 4:22 p.m.
At least one individual was hurt in the collision. The emergency services provided assistance to the accident victims. The injured were sent to local hospitals for additional treatment.
Authorities in the area are investigating the cause of the crash.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Speeding-Related Crashes in South Carolina
All drivers are more at risk of crashes while they are speeding because it increases stopping distances, reduces response times in the event of approaching vehicles or pedestrians, and reduces driver control. Serious injuries and more significant property damage commonly result from collisions in which at least one vehicle exceeded the speed limit. Over the course of the last 20 years, speeding drivers have been responsible for about one-third of road deaths.
Automobile accidents are still unpleasant and even disastrous events, despite the fact that automakers are installing new safety measures. Recovery typically takes weeks, months, or even years since so few individuals are able to escape such dangerous situations unharmed. Traumatized accident victims frequently have dramatic physical and psychological changes that last a lifetime.
If you were wounded in a serious accident, the attorneys at Monge & Associates are qualified to handle every element of your claim. Numerous complex legal issues have been effectively resolved by our attorneys. Our customers trust us to win in court and obtain the highest possible compensation because of our track record.
To discuss your case with a Mt. Pleasant personal injury attorney, call 888-688-1924.
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