West Mifflin, PA – Injury Accident on Lebanon Church Rd near Regis Ave

West Mifflin, PA (May 8, 2022) – A car crash with injuries was reported in West Mifflin on the morning of May 8. At approximately 5:56 a.m., responders were dispatched to the crash scene on Lebanon Church Road.

The incident happened on Lebanon Church Road near Regis Avenue when an unknown number of vehicles collided. At the scene, paramedics assisted one or more people with injuries. 

The total number of injured crash victims who were transported to the hospital by ambulance has not been reported at this time. Police officials in West Mifflin continue to investigate the details of the wreck. 

Traffic was delayed on Lebanon Church Road while emergency crews worked in the area. Authorities directed local drivers to use different routes of travel for the time being. 

We hope for the full recovery of the injured victims. Police continue to investigate. 

Auto Accidents in Pennsylvania

West Mifflin, PA - Injury Accident on Lebanon Church Rd near Regis AveBeing hurt in a car wreck can be terrifying and painful. It is something no one ever wants to have to deal with. Those who sustain injuries in auto accidents may suffer for days, weeks, or even longer after their wrecks. Depending on the extent of their injuries, victims may have to deal with extensive medical care and even surgeries in order to completely recover. An experience of this magnitude can be expensive, draining, and time-consuming.

Pennsylvania sees hundreds of thousands of car accidents per year. On average, there are over 100,000 auto collisions that happen yearly in the Keystone State. Tens of thousands of people are hurt every year in these accidents. Unfortunately, the majority of car wrecks reported in Pennsylvania and throughout the United States happen due to driver negligence. Driving while intoxicated or distracted is dangerous and selfish and can lead to serious or even deadly injuries. A Pittsburgh car accident lawyer is your best bet if you wish to fully recover after you were injured in a wreck caused by negligence.

It is vital for injured accident victims to understand their legal rights if they have been hurt by another driver’s negligence. Distraction, fatigue, and intoxication are three leading types of driver negligence that lead to millions of accidents every year. If you were injured in an accident caused by a drowsy, drunk, or distracted driver, you deserve full and fair compensation for your injuries and losses. 

Medical costs, lost wages, vehicle repair/replacement, and more may be able to be covered by financial compensation. Even non-economic damages like loss of life enjoyment, pain and suffering, and loss of consortium may be able to be covered by compensation depending on the circumstances surrounding your wreck. A Pittsburgh personal injury lawyer will help you figure out whether you qualify for compensation. The skilled lawyers at Scanlon & Wojton Attorneys at Law are passionate about preserving the legal rights of injured accident victims. We firmly believe that no one should have to go broke paying for medical care. 

Contact Scanlon & Wojton Attorneys at Law at 412-918-1241 to speak with a trusted attorney regarding your case. You have nothing to lose, as case evaluations are free, and we only get paid if you’re awarded financial compensation. Call us to learn more about the legal options available to you. 

Note: We utilize outside sources when creating this post. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this incident. If you locate any information that is not correct, please contact our firm so that we can update the post with the most accurate information available. 

Disclaimer: This blog is not a solicitation for business. None of the information in this post is intended to be medical advice. If you are injured in an accident, seek medical attention immediately. The information in this post is not legal advice. The photo used in this post is not from the accident scene described in this blog post. 

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