One-Car Crash Causes Serious Injuries in Portage County

Posted by Bremer & Trollop |
Monday, October 13th, 2014

A Portage County one-vehicle crash injured four people on Friday evening.  An 18-year-old Stevens Point man was driving westbound on Fourth Street in the town of Stockton when he crested a hill at a high speed and lost control, skidding into a ditch and then back across the road and into a tree.  Two of the vehicle's occupants, including the driver, were seriously injured and were airlifted to Aspirus Wausau Hospital and Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield.  A third person was taken to an area hospital by ambulance to be treated for injuries, and a fourth was treated at the scene for injuries.  Portage County police stated that speed and alcohol were believed to be factors in the crash. The accident is still under investigation.

Read more at The Stevens Point Journal.

Often, passengers who are injured in one-car collisions want to avoid "suing" their drivers while still getting the compensation they deserve for their injuries.  Fortunately, in Wisconsin, injured passengers can make claims directly against the negligent driver's insurance company without needing to sue the driver individually.  Injured passengers may also have additional insurance coverage available through their own insurance companies.  Bremer & Trollop has experience representing injured passengers, and can help you make claims under all available insurance coverage.  If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident like the one discussed above, call Bremer & Trollop at 715-849-3200 to set up a free consultation.  Bremer & Trollop has offices in Stevens Point, Marshfield, Wausau, Antigo and Minocqua.