Town of Marathon Crash Kills One, Injures Two

Posted by Bremer & Trollop |
Monday, November 3rd, 2014

A car accident in the Town of Marathon killed one person and injured two others on Saturday.  Just after 9:10 p.m., a car traveling east on County Highway N and a car traveling northbound on State Highway 107 collided. Passenger Norman Hack from the Town of Marathon died from injuries he suffered in the crash.  The driver and another passenger from the same car were taken to Aspirus Wausau Hospital for their injuries.  Investigation is ongoing, and few details about how the crash occurred are available at this time.

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When a passenger is killed in a car accident, his or her estate has a "wrongful death" claim against the insurance companies for all drivers who are partially at-fault for the crash.  It is important to involve an experienced personal injury attorney right away to make sure the facts of the accident are properly investigated and all available insurance coverage accounted for.  Sometimes, an investigation may show that a family member who was driving at the time of the accident was partially at-fault for the crash.  Fortunately, in Wisconsin, injured passengers can make claims directly against the negligent driver's insurance company without needing to sue the driver individually.  The lawyers at Bremer & Trollop Law Offices have experience handling these sensitive situations in a respectful way.  If you have a loved one who was killed or injured in a car accident like the one described above, contact Bremer & Trollop right away to set up a free consultation:  715-849-3200.  Bremer & Trollop has offices in Wausau, Marshfield, Stevens Point, Antigo and Minocqua.