January 2015 Personal Injury News

A New Year means a new batch of notable news in the personal industry field. Here's what caught our eye:

Driver in Hit-and-Run Death of Seattle Student Pleads Guilty

A 64-year old woman in Poughkeepsie, New York has plead guilty in the hit-and-run deaths of two college students, one of whom was from Seattle. According to police, Carol Boeck of Red Hook struck Sarah McCausland of Winnetka, Illinois and Evelina Brown of Seattle when they were walking with a third student along Route 9G in Tivoli on January 31, 2014.

Boeck faces up to 21 years in prison.

Cold Weather Affects Drivers in New York

New York State Police report that a two-car accident sent one driver to the hospital after another driver attempted to pass her vehicle on winter roads. The driver, Cory Romeyn of Gabriels, attempted to pass Kimberly Snyder of Bloomingdale and lost control of his vehicle. His pickup struck the driver's side of Snyder's sedan and sent both vehicles spinning. Snyder's car struck a snow bank and stopped against a steel guide rail.

Snyder was taken to a medical center in Saranac Lake, reporting pain in her neck and back. Romeyn was not hurt and was ticketed for speeding.

If you or a loved one are injured in an automobile accident and want to see justice served, contact the law offices of David S. Roth. We have the experience and expertise to help you get the compensation you or your loved ones deserve. Contact us today.

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