Charlotte, NC- Separate accidents occurring in the Charlotte area left one man dead and sent a motorcyclist to the hospital with serious injuries.
The first accident last Saturday (Jan. 17th) on I-77 just across the North Carolina border in Fort Mill around 1:30 a.m. According to reports, Stephen Moshier, 62, of Cornelius was struck and killed when he got out of his vehicle after a previous accident, according to Fox 8 in Charlotte.
Police say Moshier got out of his vehicle to assess the damage and check on the motorist he was in an accident with when another motorist from Huntersville struck him. Moshier was pronounced dead on the scene.
The Charlotte Observer reports that police have not yet determined if the Huntersville man will be charged for the accident.
When you have lost a loved in a traffic accident it is wise for you to consult with a Charlotte accident attorney to help you decide whether you should pursue a wrongful death suit against the at-fault driver. They will explain the process so you can make an informed decision about how to best handle the loss of your loved one.
Another accident, which occurred Tuesday, left a motorcyclist suffering serious injuries. According to the Charlotte Observer, police attempted to stop a speeding motorcyclist on I-77 near Cornelius when the motorcyclist tried to allude police.
Police initiated a pursuit of the motorcyclist, who was traveling in excess of 100 mph, a followed him for several miles until he struck a car and crashed.
The motorcyclist suffered serious injuries and was taken to a local hospital. Police have not decided if he what he will be charged with.
It’s frustrating and unfair that another motorists reckless actions can have such a drastic impact on a person’s life and their family. An auto accident can leave an accident victim with serious injuries, forcing them to endure a long recovery and exorbitant medical costs. Their medical costs and other expenses they incur because of their accident shouldn’t come out of their pockets if another motorist is a fault.
If you plan to file a personal injury or wrongful death suit in North Carolina, the key element to your success will be your ability to prove negligence on the part of the at-fault driver. Proving negligence may seem like and easy task, but that isn’t always the case. Insurance companies will try to deflect blame off their client onto you so they can limit their liability. It doesn’t matter how hurt you are whether someone you love was killed. Accident victims must haves someone with legal knowledge protecting their interests when seeking a personal injury or wrongful death claim.
Our team of accident attorneys in Charlotte will work tirelessly to build a strong injury claim on your behalf. Their investigative skills along with their comprehensive knowledge of North Carolina personal injury laws will ensure you are generously compensated for your pain and suffering. If you have been in an accident don’t make the mistake of thinking you don’t need legal help, contact a lawyer immediately.

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