Fort Worth Accident: Woman killed while working to become a nurse

In Fort Worth, a 23-year-old woman was killed in a car accident recently.  She was only two years away from becoming a registered nurse.  The woman was leaving the Fossil Creek Movie Theater after seeing a movie with a friend in north Fort Worth.

She and her friend pulled out from the parking lot at the 5900 block of Sandshell Drive around 6:15 p.m. They were soon struck by a pickup truck that was driven by Alan Michael McKinney who was 29 years old and was going about 70 mph when it struck Amy’s Honda Civic.  McKinney is now facing a charge of intoxication manslaughter in connectionwith the crash.  Read more here.

After suffering a car accident , an insurance company may ask you to sign away your rights in exchange for money. Even if you don’t know the extent of your injuries, and are overwhelmed with the need for medical treatment, your inability to work, lost wages, in addition to other factors, you may be tempted to agree.  However, it is in your best interest not to sign anything for the insurance company without speaking first to an experienced personal injury lawyer.

Don’t forget your rights after a serious accident occurs.  Make sure to speak with a specialized personal injury attorney to avail these rights.  If you or someone you know has been injured in a car accident, contact Bailey & Galyen at 817.359.7090

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