Knightdale, NC – Stacey Rose Hurt in Car Accident on SR 2223

Knightdale, NC (January 6, 2021) – The North Carolina State Highway Patrol responded to the scene of a two-vehicle crash in Knightdale on Sunday, January 3rd. The crash took place at approximately 7:20 a.m. on SR 2223 near SR 1007.

According to Trooper Z.S. Clay, of the NCS Highway Patrol, Amy Angela Parthan, of Knightdale, was driving a 2020 Subaru southbound on SR 2223 when she attempted to make a U-turn. While making her turn, Parthan failed to yield to an oncoming vehicle driven by Stacey Rose, of Clayton. The two vehicles collided with one another.

After the crash, both cars came to rest on the shoulder of the roadway. The Wake County EMS responded to the scene. Rose was transported to Wake Med Hospital for treatment of undisclosed injuries. A passenger in her vehicle, Charlotte Ann Rose, was also transported. Parthan was not hurt in the accident but was issued a citation for an unsafe movement violation.

No further details are available at this time.

We would like to offer our thoughts and best wishes to Stacey and Charlotte Rose following this car accident in Knightdale.

North Carolina Car Accidents  Knightdale, NC - Stacey Rose Hurt in Car Accident on SR 2223

According to statistics published by the North Carolina Department of Transportation, there were more than 273,000 accidents involving passenger vehicles in our state in the year 2018. A total of 81,966 people suffered injuries in these accidents and 866 lost their lives. Unfortunately, car accidents take place every day across North Carolina and they are often unavoidable despite various safety precautions taken by other motorists.

If you or a loved one have been involved in a North Carolina car accident, it is important to have a full understanding of your legal rights. During this time, it is normal to feel overwhelmed and anxious about your future. Your medical bills may be piling up as you deal with the pain from the accident and the realization that you are unable to enjoy the life that you had prior to the crash. While these feelings can be disconcerting, there are legal remedies available.

Under North Carolina law, the first issue is whether you were hurt by a negligent driver. If you were not at fault for the crash, you can bring a personal injury claim against the other motorist. Once your claim has been brought forward, you can seek to recover compensation for your pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, and potentially punitive damages. In the case of a serious accident, these damages can be extensive and it is important that you receive a fair settlement.

At Burton Law Firm, North Carolina car accident attorney Jason M. Burton is here for you when you or a loved one have been victimized by a negligent driver. Mr. Burton has assisted hundreds of clients throughout our state since 2012. We have recovered more than 40 million dollars on behalf of injured victims and we treat each case as if it were our own.

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