IL Woman Killed in Car Accident
An auto accident
claimed the life of a Murphysboro, Illinois resident on Friday afternoon. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department responded to the traffic crash at approximately 3:17 p.m at Highway 127 and Ave Road in Murphysboro. According to authorities, the accident involved a 2015 Ford car driven by East St. Louis resident Rosalind Williams, 42-years-old, and a 2007 Ford car operated by 76-year-old Barbara Morber. The serious accident resulted in Williams sustaining serious injuries, and she was airlifted to a St. Louis hospital. The Jackson County coroner pronounced Morber dead at the scene of the accident. The cause of the accident is currently unknown, and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the crash.
Auto accidents claim the lives of thousands of individuals each year and a large majority of those deaths are preventable. Dangerous roadways, design flaws, mechanical defects, and driver negligence are all causes of car accidents
. A family that loses a loved one must deal with a slew of emotions and if that death was caused by the negligence of another party, one of those emotions will certainly be anger. The best way to deal with that anger is to hold that party responsible for their actions. Contacting an Illinois car accident lawyer
is the most effective way of holding a negligent party responsible for an accident.
Deborah Besserman knows that no amount of money will replace your loved one, but will work diligently to hold the responsible party accountable for their negligence by recovering the maximum compensation for your damages. She will take all steps to recover compensation for medical bills, funeral expenses, and emotional damages. If you have lost a loved one in an auto accident, contact The Besserman Law Office today for a free no-obligation consultation.