Woman Injured After Car “Rear-Ended” In Geneva, Illinois

Kane County Accident In Which Driver Leaves The Accident Scene

There was an accident in Geneva on December 21, 2014 involving two cars.  One man has been charged with multiple offenses regarding this accident.

The accident happened as one car was driving behind another at Randall Road and Williamsburg Avenue.  According to police reports, a car driven by Marco A. Perez-Velasco, 27, of St. Charles, “rear-ended” another car and left the accident scene.  He was later apprended by police.

The woman driving the car that was “rear-ended” was taken to Delnor Hospital in Geneva for treatment of accident injuries, which included neck injuries.

An excerpt from the December 31, 2014 Northwest Herald article titled “St. Charles man charged with felony after crash with injuries“:

Marco A. Perez-Velasco, 27, of the 1800 block of Covington Court, St. Charles, was charged Dec. 21 with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in injury – a felony – driving without insurance, driving without a valid license and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident/driving too fast for conditions.

Additional Details Regarding This Kane County Accident

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Northwest Herald article mentioned above, as well as the January 2, 2015 Daily Herald article titled “Tri-Cities police reports.”

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Second Lawsuit Concerning Campton Hills December 2012 Collision

Lawsuit Filed Regarding Kane County Crash

There has been a second Illinois lawsuit filed regarding a fatal Kane County “head-on” collision that happened in Campton Hills, Illinois on December 1, 2012.

The first lawsuit, as well as a description of the underlying fatal collision, was summarized in the December 6, 2013 post titled “Lawsuit Filed Over Fatal Illinois Car Collision.”

This second lawsuit has been filed by Erin Pazin, who was a passenger in the vehicle that was struck during the collision.  The lawsuit is filed against the estate of Jennifer Liston, who drove the car that struck the vehicle Pazin was an occupant of, and Bruce Greenberg of Wheaton.  The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.

The lawsuit is summarized in the December 9, 2014 Kane County Chronicle article titled “Second lawsuit filed in 2012 fatal Compton Hills crash.”

An excerpt from this article:

Pazin argues that Liston was negligent in operating the 2003 Nissan Altima that she drove in the crash. Greenberg was the owner of the Altima, and Pazin argues that he negligently entrusted Liston with his car. The complaint also states that Greenberg observed Liston consume alcohol before the Dec. 1 crash.

Additional Details Regarding This Kane County Fatal Collision

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in the Kane County Chronicle article mentioned above, as well as the December 6, 2013 post.

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Kane County

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To immediately speak directly with a trial lawyer from the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  There is no fee for this legal consultation.  

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Kane County Drug-Impaired Driving Accidents

Kane County Drug-Impaired Driving

On the “Kane County Drunk Driving Accidents” page, statistics regarding alcohol-impaired driving, as well as driving involving drug-impairment, are cited.

Recently, a fatal St. Charles crash serves as an example of alleged drug-impaired driving.

This accident was initially summarized in the November 29 post titled “Fatal Head-On Collision In St. Charles.”  Newly released details can be seen in the December 8, 2014 Daily Herald article titled “Police:  St. Charles man in fatal crash was high on heroin, distracted by phone“:

An excerpt from the article:

A urine drug screen showed the presence of numerous drugs in Spudich’s system: amphetamines, barbiturates, benzodiazepine, cannabinoids, cocaine, opiates and phencyclidine, the affidavit said.

Spudich also gave video statement admitting to snorting a line of heroin at a friend’s house just before driving and looking at his phone and looking for another phone in the back seat when the crash occurred, according to the affidavit.

Additional Details Regarding This Kane County Accident

Additional details regarding this Kane County accident can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the post and Daily Herald article mentioned above.

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Kane County

Elman Law Group is known for its courtroom trial capabilities.  This is important for your lawsuit because if an appropriate settlement is not offered, we have a proven track record of achieving highly attractive court verdicts.

In fact, because of this litigation capability, many well-known law firms choose to have Elman Law Group litigate cases. 

To immediately speak directly with a trial lawyer from the Elman Law Group, call (773) 392-8182 at any time.  There is no fee for this legal consultation.  

Elman Law Group, LLC handles Kane County and other Illinois personal injury lawsuits as well as wrongful death lawsuits.