Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Impaired Driver Arrested in Wrong-Way Crash

A man was arrested for suspected DUI on Saturday afternoon after he drove his pickup the wrong way on Interstate 90 near Liberty Lake, causing a head-on collision with a semi truck. The driver, Jeremy Mund, 27, of Spokane Valley, apparently crashed through the median in his '67 Chevy pickup at around 3:30 p.m. Saturday. A semi truck driver traveling in the opposite direction was able to slam on the brakes and reduce his truck's speed to 45 mph before the crash. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured.

Wrong-way crashes such as this one, while infrequent, are more likely than other types of accidents to result in death or serious injury. Statistics show that the majority of wrong-way crashes are caused by impaired drivers under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Victims injured in wrong-way crashes deserve compensation for their medical bills, physical pain, emotional trauma, and lost wages that result from the accident.

If you were injured or someone you love was killed in any type of accident, contact the experienced Seattle accident lawyers at Peizer, Richards & Ziontz at (206) 682-7700 to discuss your case. The Seattle accident lawyers at Peizer, Richards & Ziontz handle personal injury and auto accident cases in Seattle, Alki, Ballard, Beacon Hill, Bellevue, Bothell, Brighton, Broadmor, Broadway, Fauntleroy, Fremont, Georgetown, Green Lakes, Hazelwood, Kenmore, Kirkland, Laurelhurst, Madrona, Medina, Mercer Island, Metum, Midlakes, Queen Anne, Rainier Beach, Redmond, Renton, Richmond Beach, Shoreline, Wallingford, and Yarrow Point. Our Seattle car accident lawyers offer a free, no-obligation consultation in all personal injury and auto accident cases.

1 comment:

  1. Many people drive their vehicle in wrong way and they create many accidents, many people get serious injuries and some get death by injuries.

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