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Boise, ID - Multi-Vehicle Accident Injures Victims on Hwy 44 at Eagle Rd

Posted by Attorneys of Idaho | Apr 23, 2024 | 0 Comments

Boise, ID (April 23, 2024) –  The Ada County Sheriff's Office received reports of at least two additional accidents in the vicinity of the intersection of Highway 44 and Eagle Road after the intersection was initially obstructed by a three-vehicle collision involving a tractor-trailer.

On the location, emergency personnel responded as technicians assisted in the cleanup of the multi-vehicle collision. Multiple lanes were being blocked westbound on Highway 44 just before Eagle Road due to the incident. EMTs also reported to the site to transport injured victims to an area hospital. However, the number of vehicles involved in the collision and the total number of injured victims were not immediately known. No further developments have been released concerning the crash, but an investigation remains ongoing.

Our thoughts are extended to the injured victims and their loved ones. We hope for their complete recovery.

Multi-Vehicle Accidents in Idaho

Boise, ID - Multi-Vehicle Accident Injures Victims on Hwy 44 at Eagle Rd

Victims are entitled to receive complete compensation for all losses and expenses incurred due to their car accident caused by a negligent driver in Idaho, though this may become particularly complicated when it comes to multi-vehicle accidents involving multiple drivers.

Thankfully, our team at Attorneys of Idaho knows how to handle the aftermath of a crash. We are aware that receiving compensation will not change the fact of your experience or the pain of your injuries. However, securing recompense from a careless motorist via their insurance company or a legal claim is the best way to secure justice for what you've endured. Your Boise auto accident lawyers will stop at nothing to ensure you can negotiate and legally seek compensation for the harm inflicted upon you should you need to do so.

Comparative fault laws in Boise permit you to receive compensation even if you contributed in some way to the accident, and the assignment of fault is divided into percentages. If an assessment determines that you are fifty percent or more at fault, you will be ineligible for compensation. That said, regardless of your presumed fault percentage, it's essential to speak to a qualified attorney after a crash.

To learn more about your legal options and find out how to best move forward, make an appointment for a free consultation with one of our Boise car accident attorneys by calling (208) 314-8888. Moreover, you will be under no obligation to retain our services, but you can get helpful information and have a much better idea of your best path forward. Don't wait to get the help you deserve after a crash; contact our team right away. 

Notes: Our writers used outside sources to create this post, and our staff has not independently verified the information. If you find anything inaccurate in this post, please contact our office, Attorneys of Idaho, and we will make the correction right away or remove a post if requested. 

Disclaimer: The photograph used in this post is not connected to this accident in any way. This post is not intended to be a solicitation for business, and the information provided herein is not intended to be legal or medical advice. If you or someone you love is injured in an Idaho accident, first, seek medical treatment immediately and then speak with a lawyer about your rights.

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