Motor vehicle accidents may be something that most people experience, but that does not take away the trauma that people experience when a loved one passes away because of one. For people who escape car accidents with their lives, the challenges and emotional trauma can last a lifetime. This is especially true when those people who survive accidents have friends that perish in the same accident.
Such is the case for one teenager involved in an accident that took the lives of two other teens.
Fiery crash claims the lives of two teens
According to WCBV5, two high school graduates died when a car burst into flames after hitting a tree in Berkley. Police officers on the scene were able to remove one person from the vehicle before the fire began to completely consume the vehicle. The 19-year-old man who survived the accident went to Rhode Island Hospital where his condition stabilized. Police officers believe he was a passenger in the vehicle during the accident.
Injuries can occur regardless of who is at fault
Injuries can occur at any time, even if another person is responsible. Survivors of accidents like the one above have many hurdles and challenges to work through and deserve help dealing with the ramifications. Having a consultation with a professional that can help with the ramifications of an accident may be a good way to learn about forms of help available to them or other compensation they may be eligible to receive. Additionally, there may be therapeutic solutions that can help them deal with the loss they have experienced.