Chesterfield County, SC (November 1, 2018) – Police say that a log truck accident took place yesterday morning, October 31 that led to the loss of life of one person.
Police said that one person lost their life in the accident, who was quickly identified as 37-year-old Gary Conrad McLain. The crash happened on Highway 109 in Chesterfield County.
The crash involved a small motor vehicle and a log truck. The vehicle was partially stuck underneath the truck. At this time, the South Carolina Highway Patrol is still investigating how the accident took place.
Chesterfield County Truck Accident
Truck accidents take place every day on our roadways, leading to serious injuries to those involved. Truck accidents tend to be more serious than normal motor vehicle accidents that take place every day across South Carolina. Trucks are more heavily regulated so, when these accidents occur, you will look at many manners of liability.
We believe in working toward the compensation you deserve after you have lost somebody close to you in a preventable accident. You might be eligible for aspects like medical bills your loved one incurred, lost wages, emotional suffering, funeral costs, and more. At the Nye Law Group, we hope to help you achieve the compensation you need during this difficult time. Call us for more information at (912) 200-5230.
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