Family Seeks Damages for Death of a Toddler in Tragic Car Accident

A trial has begun in the case of a 2-year-old girl who was killed when a sheriff deputy’s vehicle struck the car she was traveling in with her mother and sister. The deputy was responding to a call and his car was traveling at speeds of 120 mph with no siren or flashing lights when the accident occurred. The girl’s parents filed the lawsuit to help pay for funeral and medical expenses. The mother suffered a number of injuries, including brain injury and a collapsed lung. The sheriff’s deputy resigned from his position shortly after the car accident. Follow the link to read more about this fatal car accident.

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