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Lewis Co, ID - Two Injured in Head-on Collision on US 12

Posted by Attorneys of Idaho | Apr 10, 2024 | 0 Comments

Lewis County, ID (April 10, 2024) –  The Idaho State Police were called to the scene of a head-on accident between two vehicles traveling east on U.S. 12 at milepost 52 in Lewis County on April 8, per local authorities.

Around 9:30 p.m., officers say a 72-year-old man operating a white Honda CRV lost control of his vehicle while navigating a turn, colliding with an SUV operated by a 57-year-old woman. Both drivers were taken to the hospital, and EMTs assessed at least two others at the scene. The roadway was blocked and narrowed to just one lane for over two and a half hours. However, the police investigation remains active and ongoing in the interim, and no further details were released.

Our thoughts are extended to the injured victim and her family members.

Injury-Causing Wrecks in Idaho

Lewis Co, ID - Two Injured in Head-on Collision on US 12

Even if you are not at fault, being involved in an auto accident is a stressful experience. The aftermath of a car crash is often a victim's first experience dealing with insurance companies and attempting to get the recompense they deserve for injuries and other losses. Unfortunately, victims should generally anticipate a difficult, frustrating period of time to follow a major auto accident on a physical, emotional, and financial level.

Major vehicle collisions frequently result in high medical expenses, lost income, diminished earning potential, and a host of other psychological and physical ramifications, particularly in the event that you suffer serious or fatal injuries. The at-fault driver's auto insurance provider typically fields the insurance claim after a wreck. However, if the injuries are severe, catastrophic, or even fatal, this might turn out to be significantly more challenging than victims expect. The insurance company represents the at-fault motorist; they do not represent you. To level the playing field and safeguard your entitlement to the damages you are due, you need legal representation.

Even if insurance companies don't always operate carelessly or refuse to pay out to victims of auto accidents, the truth remains that, like all for-profit businesses, they do their best to maximize their bottom line and minimize the amount of money they pay out to victims.

Thankfully, when you work with the Attorneys of Idaho, your chances of winning increase significantly. Let us assist you instead of attempting to navigate the complex process of filing a claim independently. Our lawyers will meet with you for a free consultation to assist you in creating a plan that ensures that you get the maximum payment you deserve. Make an appointment for a free consultation with one of our Twin Falls auto accident attorneys by calling (208) 314-8888. 

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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