Earlier this week, a tragic Washington auto accident claimed the life of a 4-year-old girl. The fatal single-car accident happened in Shelton around 6 p.m. on Wednesday night.
Nicole George, 28, was driving was driving in a northbound lane on highway 101. In the next lane, a 19-year-old woman put on her turn signal to change lanes. When she noticed George’s vehicle in her blind spot, she quickly turned off her turn signal.
However, George saw the signal and quickly reacted. She then overcorrected the vehicle, went off the road and struck a group of trees.
Two passengers were injured. Officials airlifted the 4-year-old girl to Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, where she later died.
We are saddened to learn of this loss.
Very little is more tragic than losing a loved one in a car accident. At Premier Law Group, we understand how difficult it can be to recover from such a traumatic experience. For this reason, we strive to provide our clients with the support they need to cope with such a difficult loss.
Losing a loved family member or friend is an incredibly painful experience. Whether it be in a car accident or not, the last thing that you and your family want to have to deal with or worry about is legal issues and complications. You deserve to know that the legal situation will be taken care of with professionalism and respect. Because I believe so strongly in this, I co-authored a book with attorney Patrick J. Kang entitled In Case of Death: Straight Talk on Washington Wrongful Death. We have made this book available free of charge to Washington residents and it can be found by clicking the preceding link.