On Saturday April 10 Mark Peterson was killed in a traffic accident in Union County IA. Peterson was riding a motorcycle on 130th Avenue at the time of the incident. According to initial police reports another driver allegedly failed to yield right of way to Peterson when making a left turn into Peterson’s path. Peterson struck the other vehicle and suffered fatal injuries during the accident. So far there have been no charges filed. Police are still investigating the accident.
Losing a family member in an accident like this is a traumatic experience. An official investigation into this incident may reveal that the victims death was caused by the negligence of another. In this event the victims family members may be able to seek justice through a lawsuit. I wish I could say that this is a straightforward task but I have worked on these types of suits for twenty years and I have seen that both people and organizations will often go to extraordinary lengths to avoid accepting liability for the death of another. But in truth the law is on your side. With a legal professional with wrongful death experience helping you build a solid case you can make sure that the parties liable for the death of your family member are brought to justice.
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