Mullti-Vehicle Accident on Northbound I-65 Leaves One Person Fatality Injured
MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA – According to an online news article published by www.alabamanews.net, one person is dead following a multi-vehicle accident that happened on northbound I-65.*
In the evening hours of a Friday night, a multi-vehicle accident left one person with fatal injuries. The accident happened on northbound I-65 near Exit 166. Montgomery Police and fire officials responded to the accident, which is still currently under investigation. No specific details about the accident, the vehicles involved, or the number of people injured (aside from the deceased victim) have been released.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Alabama Car Accidents
All traffic accidents are unique; however, many accidents share some common themes and common causes. The type and severity of injuries sustained in an accident will vary based on how the accident happened and how many vehicles were involved. Frequently asked questions (FAQs) that many car accident victims have following an accident include, among others, the following:
What are the most common causes of car accidents? While car accidents will always present different facts, the causes of car accidents are typically consistent from one accident to the next. Examples of common causes of car accidents include, but may not be limited to, the following:
- Failure to yield;
- Failing to stay in the correct lane;
- Running off the road;
- Distracted driving (texting); and
- Failure to follow a safe distance behind other vehicles.
What happens when a driver involved in an accident does not have car insurance? All drivers are required to have car insurance under Alabama law. If a driver involved in a car accident does not have insurance, he or she may be subject to minor criminal charges and civil penalties. If a person sustains injuries and the at-fault driver is not insured, the injured victim may be able to file a claim through his/her own car insurance policy if they have uninsured motorist coverage.
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