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Two Die in Car Accident in Northwest Missouri

Two Die in Car Accident in Northwest Missouri

It is a well-known fact that speeding can kill. For two men from northwest Missouri, speeding played a bizarre role in the crash of their pickup truck. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the two men that were killed were 27-year-old B.K. and 19-year-old D.N., both from Missouri. On Friday evening, they were driving along Missouri 190 at high speeds when they came to a hill in the road. The crest of the hill combined with the speed of the truck caused them to become airborne. The truck then skidded off of the road and crashed into a barbed wired fence and utility poles.

One of the men was not wearing a seat belt and was thrown from the vehicle. The truck also rolled over several times before coming to a halt. Although speed is something to keep in mind when it comes to determining the cause of a car accident, this may not have been the only factor in the case. For example, road design defects could have played a role in this specific case. Click here to read the news story about this case.

If you were involved in a car accident and need assistance showing who was at fault, please contact a personal injury attorney from our firm at Henry & Williams, P.C. We have over 55 years of combined experience on our side and each attorney is AV® rated by Martindale-Hubbell®. The first step to getting the compensation you deserve is to contact our firm so that we can look into your case and seek to determine what the cause of your accident was. Please, do not waste any time in scheduling an appointment with a member of our legal team. Call today to learn how we could assist you!

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