Two Fatal Car Accidents in Illinois
A 53-year old Park Ridge man was found dead as a victim of a hit-and-run driver in Cook County. A 64-year-old woman also died when a reckless driver hit her with a car. The Chicago Tribune reported a story about both the man
and the woman
. If you or a loved one are hit by reckless driver, contact our personal injury attorneys today.
As a result of a hit-and-run a 53-year-old man was found dead near a Cook County forest preserve. The body of Ronald Bougan was found with trauma that fits being struck by a vehicle, a spokesman for the Cook County Sheriff's Office says. According to Bilecki, the body was found on the eastbound lanes of Touhy Avenue at the entrance to Iroquois Woods. Police are looking for information regarding the case.
In another accident, Mount Prospect police are asking for help from witnesses for the case of a 64-year-old woman dying. Zofia Wilhem, 64, was declared dead at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, the Cook County medical examiner's office says.
Wilhelm was hit by a privately owned bus, according to a Mount Prospect Police news release. The medical examiner's office found that Wilhem died from the injuries caused by the hit. A 25-year-old Chicago man who was driving the bus has been questioned, but police have not released further details.
Car accidents are common and often cause injuries or even deaths. If you or a loved one are hurt in a car accident, and you are not the cause of the accident, you may be able to receive compensation for your injuries. Whenever you fall victim to a car accident, you should contact a knowledgeable personal injury attorney. Contact our offices, and our DuPage County, Illinois personal injury attorneys will seek to help you with your case.