St Paul, OR – Anthony Skibba Loses Life in Crash on McKay Rd near French Prairie Rd NEOregon Legal News
St Paul, OR (December 15, 2021) – One man has lost his life following a two-vehicle accident in Marion County on Sunday morning, December 12. At around 10:20 a.m., authorities were called to the site of a crash on McKay Road.
Reports from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office show that 22-year-old Anthony Skibba was driving a blue Ford Focus while traveling east on McKay Road. As the vehicle passed near the intersection of French Prairie Road Northeast, it collided with a white Toyota Tacoma.
Skibba suffered fatal injuries in the accident and was pronounced deceased at the scene.
The driver of the Tacoma, 62-year-old Carmelo Rodriguez, was transported to a local hospital with injuries.
At this time, investigations surrounding the cause of the crash are ongoing.
Our thoughts are with Carmelo Rodriguez at this time. We hope for his full recovery.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of Anthony Skibba. Our thoughts are with them at this time.
Fatal Car Accidents in Oregon
Each year, more than 500 people lose their lives in vehicle collisions throughout the state of Oregon. These accidents often take place unexpectedly, leaving families to endure the overwhelming mental and emotional pain and suffering they bring. Quite often, families have a challenging time moving forward. Accepting the loss of a loved one is difficult under any circumstance. Knowing your loved one lost their life due to the negligence of another person just makes it even more difficult.
These accidents often leave bereaved families struggling to move forward. As they attempt to deal with the mental and emotional consequences of an unexpected loss, they are forced to spend tens of thousands of dollars on funeral expenses and deal with unanticipated financial repercussions. The impacts of fatal collisions are far-reaching and can have lasting consequences for surviving relatives. Although there is nothing that can be done to bring back those taken away from us due to these accidents, many families may have legal options available to help them secure compensation to help move forward. Working with a wrongful death attorney in St Paul can help to ensure your legal rights are protected.
St Paul Wrongful Death Lawyers
The St Paul car accident attorneys at Kivel & Howard have decades of combined experience working with families in the aftermath of fatal collisions. Our team strives to help families protect their legal rights moving forward.
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. If your loved one has lost their life in a collision, and you believe negligence played a role, contact our personal injury attorneys in Oregon at your earliest convenience. Our team can be reached at (503) 796-0909 or (503) 802-4800. We are available to meet with you and discuss legal options available to help you recover. Don’t wait. Call us today to see how we can help you.
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