Two-car wreck kills woman in Bibb County

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Interstate 16 is a stretch of highway that runs across eastern Georgia from Macon to Savannah. At high speeds on that highway, any wreck that occurs can be fatal for drivers. A significant loss from a car accident can be devastating for family and friends. Not only can the emotional loss be overwhelming, but it also can present a significant financial loss for the future. Auto accidents take their toll on a victim and family's emotional, physical and economic well-being.

A fatal car crash involving two vehicles recently killed a Bluffton woman along Interstate 16. The Bibb County Sheriff's Office investigators said both cars were heading west when an accident occurred very close to Ocmulgee East Industrial Boulevard. The Bluffton woman was trapped in her Honda and died at the scene. The cause of the accident is still under investigation. Two men in the other vehicle were taken to a nearby hospital, where one remains in critical condition.

A serious injury or death can be very traumatic for loved ones. Your whole life can change in the blink of an eye. For your financial future, it's important to get a grip on options for paying medical bills and funeral expenses, as well as replacing lost income. The first step is to determine the cause of the accident and whether it was due to negligence. A motor vehicle accident may stem from drunk driving, defective parts in the vehicle, dangerous road conditions, or even inattention at the wheel.

In Georgia, it's important to be familiar with the law regarding vehicle accidents and the steps you can take in order to be compensated for a loss. A car crash that occurs at high speeds along a highway can lead to very serious injuries and death. Being prepared for the future can help you and your family deal with a terrible loss.

Source: The Macon Telegraph, "Bluffton woman killed in fatal wreck in Ga.," Andres David Lopez and Liz Fabian, Jan. 31, 2014