Pulaski County Woman Injured when Truck Driver Fails to Notice Car
Ryan Bradley | January 1, 2010 | Car Accident
A woman from Devils Elbow, Missouri was moderately injured in a Missouri rear end truck accident when a truck driver failed to notice her car. Truck driver Regina L. Castro from Williamsburg, Pennsylvania drove a 2010 Kenworth tractor trailer in the passing lane of I-44 in St. Robert. Castro pulled into the driving lane of the highway, not noticing that another vehicle was already in that lane.
Gina R. Vosylius of Devils Elbow, Missouri was driving on I-44 when she was struck by the Kenworth. Vosylius was driving a 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier. The 42-year-old Missourian was moderately injured in the Missouri rear end truck accident. She was transported to Phelps County Regional Medical Center in Rolla, Missouri by Pulaski County Ambulance.
Large commercial trucks wreak havoc in Missouri truck accidents. Their massive size put passenger car drivers at a great disadvantage when a collision occurs. Truck accident victims often suffer serious injury and death in Missouri truck accidents. To deter accidents and to make accident victims financially whole, Missouri tort law allows victims to recover compensation for the injuries sustained in a negligent accident.
A favorable judgment or settlement includes compensation for the numerous losses that a truck accident victim sustains during and after an accident. The truck accident victim may recover any wages lost because of the time spent in the hospital. Truck accident victims may receive reimbursement for the medical expenses incurred for related injuries. Truck accident victims may even recover compensation for diminished earning capacity.
Every truck accident victim needs an experienced Missouri truck accident attorney to discuss their legal rights after a Missouri truck accident. The physical, emotional, and financial consequences of a truck accident are difficult for anyone to handle. Let our attorneys handle your fight for compensation while you heal.