Two women were injured after solo-car accident, a March 18 news article of The Lawton Constitution reported.
The accident occurred in Post Oak Road, Sunday night. 44-year-old Monique P. Nevaquaya and 47-year-old Angela Gooday were riding a Toyota Yaris when their unknown driver failed to stop the vehicle, causing it to careen to the wet asphalt. It then struck railroad ties and went up in the air, rolling several times before coming to rest upside-down. The two women were stuck in the vehicle for 30 minutes before Cache firefighters rescued them.
Then, they were sent to Comanche County Memorial Hospital. Nevaquaya sustained head and leg injuries, and Gooday suffered severe arm and internal trunk injuries. Unfortunately, the driver fled the scene. The police are now searching for the suspect.
The Oklahoma attorneys at the Abel Law Firm understand that crash victims are left with financial burdens due to expensive treatments. However, if this happens to you, we may be able to offer you legal assistance so you can obtain treatment funds from negligent parties. Call us today at (405) 451-5157 to learn more about your options.