A two-vehicle crash in Greenville County at approximately 9:41 a.m. on Wednesday, March 25, involved a motorist pursued by police. A spokesman for the Greenville County sheriff’s office stated that the accident occurred on Whitehorse Road at Old Grove Road.
Trooper in Pursuit Prior to Wreck
The sheriff’s office spokesman told wyff news that the wreck occurred after a South Carolina Highway Patrol trooper chased a 2005 Mercury Marquis. The spokesman went on to say that the trooper concluded his pursuit near Bruce Road, about 1/4 mile from the crash scene. During the course of the preliminary investigation, a controversy arose over whether the trooper’s pursuit concluded before the crash, or whether it continued until the accident occurred.
County Coroner Provides Report
The collision also involved a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado, and the operator of the pickup truck required transport to Greenville Memorial Hospital. He suffered a rib injuries in the crash. A 29-year-old male was driving the Mercury Marquis. The Greenville County coroner reported that he died at the scene.
Although the investigation into this particular accident is preliminary, state law provides a means for an injured person to seek compensation when he or she suffers injury due to the negligent operation of a motor vehicle by another individual. Although the investigation into this incident is in its preliminary stages, personal injury lawsuits are occasionally filed in certain situations. These suits typically seek compensation for medical expenses, pain, suffering, lost wages and other losses.
When you or a loved one suffers an injury due to the possible fault of another, Columbia car accident attorneys offer a free consultation. To learn more, and to preserve your rights under the law, please contact us.