Car Accident Lawyers Minneapolis – Crash Driver Fell Asleep

MINNEAPOLIS CAR ACCIDENT LAWYERS – DRIVER FELL ASLEEP AND CRASHED AUTO

The Minneapolis police reported an auto accident this week where one person was critically injured in a two-vehicle crash at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday. Minnesota State Patrol Lt. Casey Meagher said one of the drivers claims to have fallen asleep, and when she corrected to come back onto the roadway, it caused the crash with another vehicle.  Our car accident lawyers have represented many people injured in a car crash because the other driver fell asleep at the wheel in Minneapolis and throughout Minnesota.

The three children in the Mercury were not seriously injured. Fortunately, they were wearing seat belts and child restraints. The injured were taken to a nearby hospital.  Our best Minneapolis car accident lawyers represent people who have sustained many different types of injury in a crash.  In this case one person was seriously injured, but fortunately no one was killed and there weren’t more injuries.

It can be tragic when a driver gets sleepy at the wheel but doesn’t pull over to wake himself up or switch drivers. If you or a family member have been injured in an auto accident in Minneapolis, call our office and speak with a lawyer for a free consultation. Our top car accident attorneys have represented hundreds of people who were injured in a Minneapolis auto crash.  We are experienced, tough and effective. Our lawyers have more than 25 years’ experience.  Pam Rochlin is a former partner at Meshbesher and Spence. Our car accident injury lawyers offer big firm experience and small firm personal attention. We have offices in Minneapolis, Edina and St. Louis Park where you can meet with an attorney to discuss your Minneapolis car accident. Our lawyers also make house calls and will meet at your home or even the hospital to discuss your auto accident in Minneapolis or throughout Minnesota. The primary focus of our lawyers is to get you the compensation you deserve for your car crash injury.