Evergreen, AL – Monica Gail McCall Loses Life in Head-On Truck Crash on US-84
Evergreen, AL (April 12, 2023) – The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency confirmed that 30-year-old Monica Gail McCall of Red Level, Alabama, has died following a crash just outside of Evergreen in Conecuh County.
At around 8:08 a.m. on April 11, ALEA troopers were called to provide help at the scene of a crash on US Highway 84.
According to law enforcement, a head-on collision between a semi-truck and a 2018 Toyota RAV4 occurred on the highway just 15 miles west of Evergreen.
The semi-truck driver, identified as an adult from Atmore, Alabama, was not injured in the crash.
The driver of the Toyota, identified as McCall, was severely hurt in the crash. Despite medical efforts, she ended up passing away as a result of her injuries.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s Highway Patrol Division is currently investigating the accident.
Our condolences are with the family of Monica Gail McCall during this very difficult time.
Fatal Truck Accidents in Alabama
Statistics provided by Drive Safe Alabama show that more than 930 people died as a result of automobile accidents that occurred statewide in 2020. Accidents that involve semi-trucks and large commercial vehicles are more likely to cause significant and fatal injuries to those involved.
After losing a loved one in a fatal truck accident, families may be able to take legal action. In most cases, families pursue wrongful death claims against the responsible party in order to obtain financial relief when it comes to covering funeral expenses, burial costs, and various other financial burdens that they face after enduring the sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one.
When it comes to filing a wrongful death claim after a fatal truck accident, it is important that you seek help from an Evergreen wrongful death lawyer right away. Truck accidents can have several parties who assume liability for the resulting death and damages. In most cases, truck drivers are identified as the liable parties when they engage in reckless actions, such as speeding or driving while distracted.
When truck companies hire drivers who are unqualified to operate their vehicles, they can be held liable as well. In other situations, cargo loading companies, maintenance companies, or even manufacturers can be held liable for any accidents that take place. An attorney will be able to conduct a thorough investigation to determine who is liable for the accident that claimed your loved one’s life.
With more than eight decades of combined experience, you can trust that our Alabama truck accident lawyers at Cockrell, Cockrell, Ritchey & Ritchey, LLP will do everything in our power to ensure that justice is served. While working with our lawyers, you can expect that your case will be handled with care and compassion at every step. Our team will do everything in our power to ensure that you are able to get justice for your loved one and that the person who caused their death is held accountable. To discuss the legal options that are available for you, contact our Alabama personal injury law firm at 205-349-2009 to schedule a free consultation at your earliest convenience.
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