Charlotte Tractor Trailer Accident Injures Five

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Charlotte Tractor Trailer Accident Injures Five

Charlotte NC Large Truck / Tractor-Trailer Accident Lawyer

Five people were injured when an SUV slammed into the back of a Toyota Prius, pushing it into a tractor-trailer carrying a mobile home on I-485 in south Charlotte last Wednesday afternoon.

Firemen worked to pull victims trapped inside the Toyota Prius at the scene on the I-485 inner loop just past Providence Road toward Rea Road.

A man was traveling in a Prius with his girlfriend, and another woman. The driver of the Prius stated that he was traveling with the mobile home in front of them. Both the mobile home and the Prius had pulled off of the road into the grass to fix the wrapping on the mobile home.

An SUV entering I-485 from the on-ramp never merged in a traffic lane, and slammed into the back of the Prius. Which jammed the small car under the flatbed in front of him. Had this flatbed not been supported bu two metal beams on the framing the 3 people in the Prius most likely would not have made it.

The driver suffered five broken ribs, a broken arm and leg and a broken t-11 in his back, one passenger shattered her ankle, and the other has a broken foot, broken ankle and a cracked left femur.

Contact the Large Truck / Tractor-Trailer Accident Lawyer

If you have suffered a serious injury in a truck accident, contact the personal injury firm of Bice Law serving both North Carolina and South Carolina. You only have a limited time after your injury to file a claim, so act quickly.  Call 877-BICE-877 today or submit an online request  to get a free consultation with a  large truck / tractor trailer accident attorneyWe serve families across both North and South Carolina.  Results are how we measure success – we’ve built a strong reputation both in and out of the courtroom, and we’ll put our experience and expertise to work on your behalf.

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