Ceres, NY – Two Little Genesee Men Killed in Fatal Car Accident on Route 44
Ceres, NY (March 2, 2019) – Police reported that two men from Little Genesee were killed in a fatal car accident that took place on US-44 on Tuesday evening.
Police have since identified the two men as 34-year-old Robert Garden and 22-year-old James Palidar.
Troopers reported that Garden was driving his Dodge Neon with Palidar as a passenger. They were traveling on the highway when they were suddenly involved in an accident, causing the vehicle to spin out on the side of the road and strike a tree. It came to a final rest facing in the opposite direction.
No other parties were injured in the accident but both Garden and Palidar died at the scene of the crash.
An investigation into the crash continues at this time.
New York Fatal Accidents
Across all of New York, over 1,098 fatalities took place in a recent two-year time span. Many of these accidents involve aggressive drivers, drunk drivers, and even those who are distracted by their phones. When road mistakes occur and fatal results take place, you might find yourself in a difficult position. The bills your loved one incurred on a medical level and from missing work might bring you down and leave you with few options. Luckily, we are here in your time of need.
At Hach & Rose, our dedicated wrongful death attorneys understand how vital it is to get started on working with an attorney as soon as possible following your accident. This might be one of the most challenging things that you have ever had to face and these cases can quickly become complex if you do not have an understanding of the laws that dictate these cases. Please do not hesitate to contact us to find out how we can assist you at 212-779-0057.
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