Car Crashes into House

SUV Crashes Into House, Child’s Window

Car Crashes into HousePolice are investigating the crash of an SUV into a house that took place on the night of January 7 in Evanston, Illinois – a car accident that sent dangerous debris flying into a child’s room.

An unnamed 68-year-old man was driving his Chevy SUV south in the 1000 block of Dodge Avenue after 8:00 p.m. when he struck several parked cars. According to police, the driver then hit the accelerator while trying to turn his SUV, causing it to crash into a house, break a basement window, and send shards of glass into a room where a child was sleeping in bed.

Fortunately, the child avoided injury, as did her sister and her grandmother, who were also residing in the house. The driver of the SUV was taken to Saint Francis Hospital with complaints of breathing trouble.

As hard as it is to believe, automobiles crash into buildings far too often. In fact, GWC Injury Lawyers has successfully resolved multiple cases for people who were injured when motor vehicles struck their residences.

Have you been injured when a vehicle crashed into a building in which you were residing? If so, you need an experienced and dedicated car accident attorney in Illinois to fight for you. The attorneys at GWC Injury Lawyers have over four decades of experience in securing justice for their clients in cases exactly like this.

GWC prosecutes a wide variety of injury cases throughout Illinois, including those involving building collisions, workers’ compensation, construction accidents, medical malpractice, and product liability. If you or your loved one has been injured, from a building collision or by some other means, please contact our office for a free legal consultation to see if you may be eligible for financial compensation for your injuries.