Columbia, SC (November 4, 2018) – Police say that one person has lost their life following a fatal accident on Interstate 77 this morning around 9:11 a.m.
The accident took place in Columbia, according to the South Carolina Highway Patrol. At the time, a 2006 Nissan had been driving northbound when it was involved in an accident and overturned. The person inside the vehicle died at the scene.
Police say that the occupant had not been wearing a seatbelt. Luckily, nobody else was injured in the accident. The Highway Patrol continues to investigate the accident at this time.
Columbia Fatal Accident
Rollover accidents can be one of the deadliest types of accidents that take place on our roads, causing serious results every year. First and foremost, we would like to extend our sympathies to the family and friends of the loved one who lost their life in this serious and life-altering event. We want you to know that, as the family members of a loved one, you have many rights in this time of need. Under South Carolina law, you have a right to recovery.
Our dedicated attorneys at the Nye Law Group would like to help you if your loved one has fallen victim of a careless driver or other actions on our roadways that you thoroughly believe could have been prevented. As members of the community, we are completely devoted to your case and help you receive compensation that you and your loved ones deserve at this time. Do not hesitate to call us for more information on how we can play a role in your claim at 912-200-5230.
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