Bucks County Officials Respond to Fatal Car Accident in Upper Southampton
Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services arrived on the scene of a fatal car accident that occurred in Upper Southampton, Bucks County earlier this morning.
Details of the accident remain undisclosed, but officials have determined that the crash occurred at approximately 9:45 a.m. on Wednesday, November 4th, in the 1700 block of Bustleton Pike in Upper Southampton. Thus far, the information available is limited, but the accident involved at least two vehicles, one of which sustained significant damage to its front end and windshield. Tragically, at least one person has died as a result of accident.
When these devastating events occur, family and friends are left with a multitude of questions, perhaps the most common of which is: what happened and why? Although car accidents can occur for a variety of reasons, there are cases in which negligence contributes to the accident, whether that negligence involves the behavior of another driver, a vehicle manufacturer, or even a government agency tasked with maintaining safe road conditions.
Law enforcement officials have launched an investigation into the recent Bucks County crash to determine the cause and further, if one of the drivers involved was at fault. If negligence is suspected, the surviving family may have grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit. These cases can be highly nuanced, requiring a great deal of evidence in order to be effectively proven in a court of law. At Kamensky Cohen & Riechelson, our extensive experience advocating for victims of fatal car accidents has informed a methodical strategy for investigation and case construction.
When confronting a car accident case, we deploy our own investigative team to the scene to gather evidence, then consult with accident reconstruction specialists and forensic experts who assist us in creating a complete portrait of the accident. Our legal team utilizes all of the resources at our disposal, including police reports, corroborating witnesses, medical records, data on weather and road conditions, and surveillance footage to create a compelling case on your behalf.
Ultimately, we know that we cannot restore your former life after an accident, injury, or lost loved one. We can, however, dedicate ourselves to obtaining the justice and compensation you deserve. If you have been injured in an accident in Bucks County or Northeast Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and you believe that someone else may be responsible, simply call (215) 337-4915 to speak with one of our attorneys free of charge today.
For continued news coverage and updates related to the accident investigation, access the following: 1 DEAD IN CRASH IN UPPER SOUTHAMPTON, BUCKS COUNTY