Everyone is taught from the beginning how to drive defensively, and there are many reasons to do so. However, there are times when no matter what you do, you could be injured by the recklessness or extreme negligence of another driver. Such appears to be the case according to a recent article that appeared in the Portage Daily Register, which detailed the story of an interstate automobile accident in which one of the drivers was arrested afterwards.
“Andrew Frick, 22, was ordered held on $500 cash bond during an initial appearance in court Friday. He was charged with possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia after he allegedly told a Wisconsin State Patrol trooper that he felt faint and allowed his vehicle to drift into a tractor-trailer in the next lane, causing a collision shortly before 3 p.m. According to a criminal complaint, Frick locked his keys inside his car after the accident and “was visibly shaking due to nervousness.”
If you have been injured by another driver, you need to contact the Milwaukee personal injury lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® to begin the process of determining the facts that led to your injury, and to allow us to fight for your rights.