Charleston Law Enforcement PursuitMark Clore ·
Speeding into oncoming traffic and passing vehicles while swerving around traffic on a curve may be a description you'd expect of reckless driving, but not of a law enforcement pursuit. Recent videos of last week's high-speed chase renews questions about how fast is too fast is too fast for a law enforcement pursuit. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there are 360 people killed each year from high speed chases. Many of those injured or killed were not involved with the case, but were in the path of an officer who faild to follow the proper safety procedures around high speed chases. If you were injured or some one you love was killed during a law enforcement pursuit, contact the Clore Law Group today to discuss your possible case with an experienced attorney.
Charleston Law Enforcement PursuitThis chase ended with the suspect being punched numerous times and then attacked by a police dog for more than 20 seconds. The suspect is currently in jail facing three misdemeanor charges: failure to stop for blue lights and sirens, third-offense driving under suspension and resisting arrest. Did you think he was a murder suspect or had just committed armed robbery? Should people be placed at such personal danger while officers chase a misdemeanor offender? What if your spouse or child was killed in such a law enforcement pursuit. You have legal rights to seek financial damages for injuries or death resulting from a police chase.
Law Enforcement Pursuit InjuriesThe Clore Law Group helps people injured seek the financial damages they are entitled in accordance with South Carolina personal injury laws. If you were injured by another's negligence, even a cop, they can help. Call 800-610-2546 now if you were hurt in a Charleston law enforcement pursuit.
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