Six Injured in Two-Car Crash

On Saturday afternoon, six people were injured as a result of a two-vehicle crash in the Township of Wood. According to the Wood County Sheriff’s Department, a vehicle was traveling east on County Highway B, approaching County Highway X, when it failed to yield the right of way from a stop sign and caused a collision with a vehicle traveling north on County Highway X. All six vehicle occupants involved in the crash were injured, including a 16-year-old girl who was transported from the scene by Spirit Helicopter, and 12 and 10-year-old girls who were transported by ambulance to receive further medical treatment. The Wood County Sheriff’s Department investigation is ongoing.

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In cases where passengers are injured as a result of their driver’s negligence, those passengers and their families often want to avoid “suing” the driver while still getting the compensation they deserve. Fortunately, Wisconsin’s laws allow injured passengers to bring claims only against the at-fault driver’s insurance company, without requiring those passengers to sue their driver personally. Injured passengers may also have additional insurance available to them through their family’s own insurance coverage. In such a case, at Bremer & Trollop, we work with families of accident victims to gain access to all available insurance coverage to help make victims whole. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident like the one described above, call Bremer & Trollop today to set up a free consultation. Bremer & Trollop has offices in Marshfield, Wausau, Stevens Point, Antigo and Minocqua.

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