Updated on: 7/20/2020
A police chase in Everett ended with a collision that injured both the suspect and two individuals from the car that was struck.
The collision took place just after 2:00 a.m. on Friday the 10th at the intersection of South 132nd and Bothell Everett Highway.
All three injured parties were transported to local hospitals with minor injuries.
According to police the driver who was fleeing police is suspected of driving intoxicated and was reportedly driving with a suspended license.
Legal Options For Drunk Driving Accident Victims
Thankfully according to initial reports all parties involved with this crash appear to have escaped without serious injury.
Drunk driving and police pursuit are a dangerous combination of speed and wrecklessness that can unfortunately lead to deadly results.
Despite those involved only sustaining minor injuries, it would be prudent for anyone who's been involved in an accident to seek immediate care from medical professionals to document any potential injuries and follow up over time as some things like soft tissue injuries may take time to develop or beocme apparant.
These injuries can develop over time and have life altering consequences and if accident victims accept a settlement before having a full understanding of their injuries there are no do overs in the world of personal injury settlements.
That is why the car accident attorneys at Davis Law Group never recommend accepting an immediate settlement after an accdient and allowing time for all victims to heal and physically recover before considering any settlement offer.
If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident and you have questions about the claim or recovery process, the award-winning team of drunk driving attorneys at Davis Law Group are here to help with free case evaluations for accident victims and their family members.
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