Boring, OR – Grant Fisher Killed in Car Accident on US-26Oregon Legal News
Boring, OR (January 31, 2021) – An automobile accident reported in the Boring area claimed the life of one man on Friday morning. At around 6 a.m., on January 29, emergency crews were called to the site of a crash on US Highway 26.
Reports from authorities show that a 33-year-old Trevor Lee was traveling west on US Highway 26 when his vehicle collided with a GMC Sierra. Lee was rushed to an area hospital for the treatment of serious injuries.
The driver of the GMC, identified as 23-year-old Grant Fisher, was rushed to a local hospital for the treatment of severe injuries. Authorities confirmed that he succumbed to his injuries after arriving.
Lee was subsequently arrested and charged with criminally negligent homicide, reckless driving, DUII, and manslaughter. The crash is currently under investigation with the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of Grant Fisher. Our thoughts are with them at this time.
Our thoughts are with Trevor Lee at this time.
Fatal Car Accidents in Oregon
Each year, more than 500 people lose their lives in vehicle accidents across the state of Oregon. In many instances, vehicle collisions are completely preventable. In Oregon, as well as other states across our country, the leading causes of traffic collisions are negligence and recklessness. When drivers fail to control their vehicles, engage in distracting behaviors, drive impaired, or operate their vehicles irresponsibly, it can have a detrimental impact on their lives as well as the lives of others sharing the road.
When victims lose their lives in accidents, their families are often left to bear unimaginable mental and emotional consequences. To make matters even worse, families are often forced to go without a reliable source of income while having to spend tens of thousands of dollars on end-of-life arrangements. When victims are killed unexpectedly as a result of the actions of others, it is crucial that their families seek legal guidance from a qualified wrongful death attorney in Oregon as soon as possible. Although there is nothing that can be done to bring back those taken away suddenly and unexpectedly, families may have an array of legal options available to help them move forward and get the justice they deserve after losing a loved one.
The Oregon car accident attorneys at Kivel & Howard have decades of experience helping bereaved families recover after enduring the unexpected loss of a loved one. Our team provides competent and effective legal representation while helping our clients navigate the complex legal system throughout the duration of their claims. We put together solid cases on behalf of families to ensure they are in the best position possible. Our team works diligently to investigate each accident, put together solid cases on behalf of our clients, and fight to ensure justice is served. If you have lost a loved one due to another person’s negligence, contact our personal injury attorneys in Oregon by calling (503) 796-0909 or (503) 802-4800. Schedule a free case evaluation with our team to discuss the legal options available for you.
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