Man Injured In an Accident After Hitting a Dog

Man Injured In an Accident After Hitting a Dog
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A man from East Bend, North Carolina, was injured in an accident when his vehicle hit a dog that ran onto SR 1410 on Tuesday.
The accident happened at about 3 p.m. near Mocksville, North Carolina.

North Carolina State Highway Patrol reported that Thomas Reid Griffin was going north on SR 1410 when the dog, owned by a Ken Crowe from Mocksville, NC, ran into the roadway. After Griffin’s car hit the dog, the vehicle moved 372 feet further before flipping over. Griffin was ejected from his car, and the dog was killed in the crash.

Griffin was transported to Baptist Hospital by an ambulance. The North Carolina State Highway Patrol investigates the collision.
Such accidents are quite complex because there is no liable party. Dogs or other animals can run on roads and cause serious collisions, often with fatal outcomes for the driver.

If you were involved in a similar accident, the best way to set things clear is to hire an attorney. They will investigate your case, gather evidence, interview witnesses, and so on.

That will help your case when seeking a claim. If a pet was involved in the accident, the victim might file a lawsuit against the owner.

The claim would cover your medical expenses, lost wages, and any other fees related to the accident. So, if you were a part of a similar crash, make sure you get legal help on time. Dealing with insurance companies can be stressful and complex.

They have a team of attorneys who will not spare you; dealing with them by yourself means that you will lose for sure.
Our team of attorneys is here to give you assistance. Call our office today and schedule your first consultation. We offer you a free case review.

Source: https://www.thelegaladvocate.com/news/breaking/thomas-reid-griffin-injured-car-accident

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