Greenville South Carolina car accident toll soars

Media outlets are reporting a very deadly two week period between April 14th and April 29th  2014 on the roads of Greenville South Carolina and specifically in Greenville County, South Carolina.  Two were killed and a third injured in a Greer South Carolina car wreck when a car left the road and struck a tree. The car wreck occurred on Abner Creek Road in Greer, South Carolina which is near Greenville, South Carolina.

Another deadly wreck involved an SUV that was apparently traveling at a high rate of speed in Greenville South Carolina when it hit another car and killed the driver of the other car. The SUV was apparently involved in a high speed chase earlier and had been traveling at a very high rate of speed at the time of the accident. The driver of the SUV was later charged with DUI.

A Greenville South Carolina car accident also claimed the life of a woman on U.S. 25.  The media is reporting that the car crossed over all lanes of traffic and went over an embankment when the vehicle overturned. The driver of the car died in the accident. The accident happened in Greenville County, South Carolina.

A woman driving a moped on Wade Hampton Boulevard in Greenville SC was hit and killed by another vehicle. The moped driver died of blunt force trauma to her head and neck.

All of these accidents are tragedies and represent serious personal injury and death. The investigations in each case will determine what caused the car wrecks. A DUI driver presents very high risks to other drivers on the road. A DUI driver can kill an innocent driver who was simply operating an automobile in a normal prudent manner.

As a personal injury lawyer, the Thomas Creech Law Offices represents people who have been seriously injured in a Greenville South Carolina car accident. We handle legal cases involving wrongful death in automobile accidents.  The Thomas Creech Law Offices in Greenville SC also represent people in cases involving personal injuries occurring on the property of a store, business, or residence. Call today for a free consultation with an attorney about a potential case.