Plattsburgh, NY – Woman Sent to Hospital After Two-Vehicle Accident
Plattsburgh, NY (December 1, 2018) – A woman from Plattsburgh was sent to the hospital following a two-vehicle accident on Route 22 around 11:05 a.m. that led to injuries.
30-year-old Skyler Lamoy was driving her Hyundai at the time when a vehicle being driven by 44-year-old Cheryl Ladue slowed down suddenly in front of her. Lamoy wasn’t able to stop in time, which caused the two vehicles to collide with one another.
Lamoy was taken to the hospital with a variety of injuries but is expected to be okay. Her passenger was taken to the hospital with neck pain.
At this time, charges are pending and police continue to investigate the accident.
New York Car Accidents
First and foremost, we would like to extend our sympathies to those involved in this accident. When you have been involved in an accident with another party and you are not sure how to determine liability, you might need the help of an experienced New York personal injury attorney on your side. We understand how difficult the aftermath of these accidents can be and want you to have experienced help on your side when you need it most.
Our empathetic attorneys at Hach & Rose have committed themselves to helping the victims of these accidents caused by the negligence of others. As members of our community, we are passionate about helping those who have suffered serious injuries with the hopes that we can decrease the likelihood of other injury-causing accidents on our roads. We want to stand by your side and help you hold a negligent party liable for their actions. Contact us today at 212-779-0057 to find out how we can put our experience to use for you.
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