Posts Tagged ‘Interstate 64 Car Accident’

One person was killed and six people were injured in an accident on Interstate 64 near the Bragg exit in Raleigh County on May 6, 2010.  According to a story in the Charleston Gazette located here, a Chrysler minivan travelling west on I-64 crossed the center median and struck a Chevrolet Silverado that was travelling east.  The accident occurred around 7:00 a.m.

Beckley WV Car Accident Lawyer

If you or a loved one have been injured in a car accident on Interstate 64, contact a Beckley WV Car Accident Lawyer from Forman & Rist to discuss your case.  There is no fee to discuss a case with a potential client.  We regularly schedule weekend, evening, and home appointments at our client’s convenience to discuss injury cases.  For more information about West Virginia Car Accident cases and how to hire a lawyer, call us toll free at 866-982-5299 to request our free WV Car Accident Info Kit.

Forman and Rist have offices located in Beckley, Charleston, Oak Hill and Marlinton.  We help clients throughout West Virginia with serious injury cases.


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Two people were sent to hospitals after a two-car accident on Interstate 64 near the Alta/Alderson exit.  The Register-Herald covered the story here.  The accident involved a Nissan Altima and a Ford F-350 truck.  Officer Blevins reported that the Ford truck rolled several times and ejected the driver, who had to be airlifted to a hospital in Charleston.

Rollover Accidents

Rollover accidents can be caused by the higher center of gravity of trucks, SUVs, and passenger vans.  In these types of incidents, severe injuries such as paralysis, spinal chord damage, and traumatic brain injuries are common due to roof crush problems or due to passengers being ejected from the vehicle.

For more information about WV Rollover Accidents, visit the rollover accident page of this blog.  To speak to a WV rollover accident lawyer, call us toll free at 866-982-5299 or fill out the online case review form to have a lawyer contact you about your case.

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