An ambulance was struck by a vehicle driven by a driver with a suspended license in Indianapolis, according to wishtv.com. The auto accident occurred when the ambulance had its lights and sirens on when it was struck by a Chevrolet Impala as it went through the intersection at Shadeland Avenue and 38th Street. The ambulance was not carrying a patient. The driver of the Impala was taken to Wishard Hospital with minor bodily injuries.
Auto accidents that result in bodily injury are commonplace in Indiana. Too often victims of a car crash struggle with paying medical bills because insurance companies give low ball offers or refuse payment to a victim. Attorney Matthew Schiller has experience in dealing with insurance companies and can help you if you or a loved one have been involved in a auto accident. Call 317 578 2100 for a free consultation. For more information log on towww.indypersonalinjury.com.
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