Angier, NC – Police Officer Hurt in Accident on Highway 55

Angier, NC (December 20, 2020) – An officer with the Angier Police Department suffered injuries in a crash that took place on Saturday, December 19th. The accident happened on North Carolina Highway 55 near the intersection with Kennebec Road around 3:00 p.m.

According to officials, the officer was traveling on N.C. 55 when his vehicle collided with a passenger car at the intersection. The officer suffered injuries in the crash and was transported to WakeMed Hospital to receive treatment. There is no word on how the accident occurred. It is not clear if the officer was on duty or in a marked patrol vehicle at the time of the crash. Officials have also not said if there were any other injuries as a result of the accident. No one involved has been identified.

There have been no charges filed at this time. An investigation into the accident remains ongoing. No further information is available.

We would like to offer our thoughts and best wishes for a complete and speedy recovery to the officer who was hurt in this car accident in Angier.

North Carolina Car Accidents  Angier, NC - Police Officer Hurt in Accident on Highway 55

A car accident can result in injuries that can change your life forever. Each day, hundreds of accidents occur across our state in small towns and big cities. Regardless of where you are located, a North Carolina car accident can happen in an instant, especially given the prevalence of negligent drivers on the roadways. According to the most recent statistics, more than 280,000 crashes were reported in our state in 2019, a number which had increased more than 5,000 from the year before. In addition, approximately 80,000 people sustained injuries of some description as a result of these crashes.

Following a car accident in North Carolina, it is important not to delay in seeking medical treatment and in contacting an experienced attorney who can help handle your case. It is important to remember that many car accident injuries do not manifest themselves right away. Once the shock and adrenaline from the accident begin to wear off, many victims suddenly find themselves in pain. As the days go by, their injuries continue to worsen before they finally seek medical treatment. This has the effect of delaying your recovery and it can also hurt your case as many insurance adjusters believe you were not injured by the crash if you delay in obtaining treatment.

After you have arranged for treatment, you should speak with a car accident attorney who can make sure that your rights are protected. Before you call the insurance adjuster, it is best to have a full understanding of your legal rights. At Burton Law Firm, our car accident attorneys in Raleigh know what it takes to get the job done. For more than eight years, we have proudly served our Triangle area community by obtaining justice for victims who have been injured by someone else’s negligence.

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