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Arkansas accident claims life, leaves others injured

In many cases, a car crash can lead to fatal injuries. When the driver considered at fault for the accident dies, other injured parties may wonder whether they can still seek compensation for the damages they have suffered. In such cases, negatively affected individuals may still have legal avenues they can follow.

Two women in Arkansas may be considering their options after recently being involved in a crash. Reports stated that the incident involved two vehicles and occurred when a vehicle heading north failed to maintain the correct lane. As a result, that northbound vehicle collided with a southbound vehicle. A 62-year-old man was driving the northbound car, and a 67-year-old woman was driving the second vehicle, which also had a passenger.

The incident resulted in the man suffering fatal injuries. The two women were transported from the scene to an area hospital to be treated for injuries that they suffered. It was unclear how serious those injuries may have been. Authorities did not give an exact cause for the accident, but the crash is likely still under investigation.

Though the driver considered at fault for this Arkansas accident died in the incident, the surviving individuals may still have the ability to file personal injury claims. These claims could be made against the man's estate in efforts to obtain compensation for pain and suffering, medical bills and other damages that may have resulted from the incident. Utilizing local legal resources may help them gain reliable information on this option and allow them to determine whether it could suit their circumstances.

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