By David Alan Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network
In Wyoming and other States, it is important for all drivers to obey speed limits and other traffic conditions. Safe driving can help avoid and prevent accidents from taking place. Unfortunately, many drivers in Wyoming and other States disobey the local and State traffic laws. In the process, accidents take place which, in turn, cause serious personal injuries and even the wrongful death of many innocent drivers, passengers, and pedestrians including children.
In Plainfield, Wyoming, a community is mourning the recent death of Dynasty X. Barcenas who lost her life in an automobile accident that took place on Interstate 80. Dynasty was a student at Meadow View Elementary School. Dynasty was only 6 years old at the time of this Wyoming Automobile Accident. See Plainfield Girl – Age 6 – Dies in Wyoming Crash.
When a child is injured or dies in an automobile accident, a parent is often faced with many challenges, questions, and issues. It can be quite overwhelming for the parent and family dealing with the aftermath of a tragic, unexpected, and preventable death of a child. Due to the complexities and confusing nature of insurance and laws that pertain to personal injury matters, it is often helpful to have the advice, counsel, and legal representation from a Child Injury Lawyer when a child suffers serious personal injuries or dies as result of the negligence of another person.
The book titled – The ABCs of Child Injury – Legal Rights of the Injured Child – What Every Parent Should Know – has chapters on Automobile Accidents, Damages / Compensation, Medical Treatment / Medical Bills, and other topics. Get this book for free at The ABCs of Child Injury.