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Wrong-way crash in Dayton area leads to woman’s death

There are many circumstances in which a Dayton area family must go through difficult times. For example, no family wants to find themselves in the position in which a loved one is killed due to no fault of their own, such as in a car crash. A serious motor vehicle accident recently occurred in which a woman died because of a wrong-way driver.

A tragic accident recently occurred in Beavercreek near the north Fairfield Road exit on I-675. A driver was traveling southbound in the northbound lanes when he hit the woman’s car. Witnesses said the wrong way driver was traveling at high speeds down the freeway and not attempting to turn around. The driver survived the crash, but the 23-year old young woman died at the Soin Medical Center.

No one expects their loved one will die at the hands of another. There have been several wrong-way crashes in Ohio this year caused by a wrong-way driver. These families are grieving the loss of their loved one and may want justice for what happened. A legal professional who is skilled in personal injury can help their client get the answers they deserve. They can investigate the circumstances surrounding the accident and help determine who is at fault. Compensation may be available for medical expenses, funeral expenses, pain and suffering and other damages.

Unfortunately, there are many families who are affected by car accidents in the Dayton area. These families have the legal right to hold the liable person responsible for their mistake. Nothing can bring back the tremendous loss of a loved one, but financial compensation can help a family move on with their lives.