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2 people require medical care after 3-car crash in Tupelo

A car collision is something that people in Corinth hope they are never involved in but it is always a good idea to be prepared for one just in case. There are many ways to do this, such as putting together an accident kit, making sure that one has the right insurance coverage to protect them and that a person understands what they need to do to preserve evidence if a car accident occurs. Having the right things in place can help a car accident victim obtain financial assistance in paying medical expenses and other damages.

There was very little information about a recent car accident in Tupelo except that a driver and her child required medical care for injuries. The accident occurred in the morning and involved three vehicles; those vehicles were removed by emergency crews so it is likely that cars may have been totaled. It is unknown what caused the accident or whether anyone had been cited for the collision. The mother and child received minor injuries but it is unknown what types of injuries they were treated for.

Even minor injuries can incur hundreds of dollars in medical costs, especially if the victims were transported by ambulance. These costs can put an unexpected strain on a person's finances but the law does provide for them to seek compensation from the driver found at fault for the accident. In such cases, it can be beneficial for a victim to meet with an attorney and discuss their situation. An attorney can help that person determine how much to request and assist them with the legal process.

Source: Daily Journal, "Highway 6 wreck stops traffic," JB Clark, May 29, 2013

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