Five in Critical Condition After Chicago Crash

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, P.C. || Oct 27, 2015

In a two car accident on Friday, October 23, 2015, five people were critically injured on the Northwest Side of Chicago. The accident occurred in the early morning hours and caused the Chicago Transit Authority to reroute their #73 Armitage and #54 Cicero buses during the time the streets were closed for investigation. The collision ended up in damage to a few newspaper dispensers and a CTA bus stop. Debris from the accident caused damage to the window of a nearby appliance shop.

The cause of the crash is still unclear as both vehicles were heading southbound on Cicero Ave. when the collision occurred. Three of the victims were transported to Stroger Hospital while the other two were taken to Mt. Sinai. All five were listed in critical condition from the injuries sustained. The actual severity or type of injury was not immediately apparent. One person was in custody during the investigation by the Major Accidents Investigation Unit.

At Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P., we are aware how the impact of an accident like this can affect a victim’s life. It is important to determine the exact cause of the accident in order to build the strongest possible case. Our Chicago car accident attorneys have the necessary skill and experience to analyze the evidence in the situation and work to prove if negligence was a factor in the accident.

If you or your loved one is injured as a result of a car accident in Chicago, taking legal action is crucial. Our team will put forth a strong case to help you navigate the complex legal system from start to finish. Car accidents can leave individuals in a tough situation. Don’t go through this difficult time alone. Call Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. today to speak with us about your case.

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