Venus Williams Blamed for Fatal Car Crash

Seven-time Grand Slam champion, Venus Williams, is to blame for a fatal car crash. The crash took the life of a 78-year-old elderly man in Palm Beach County, Florida on June 9. This is a tragic time for everyone involved though, however, accidents do unfortunately happen. They don’t always end in death, but can still have severe consequences. If you or a loved one have recently been involved in a car accident, then you need to make sure to call up someone like this Oklahoma City car accident lawyer to help you get any compensation that you deserve.

Jerome Barson, the passenger, was sent to the ICU with head trauma, but died two weeks later. According to the police report acquired from TMZ, his wife said Williams “suddenly darted into the intersection” and had no time to stop before T-boning Williams’ SUV. Barson’s wife, the driver, suffered broken bones and some other injuries. She is well within her rights to contact Lincolns auto accident lawyers, car injury attorneys Nebraska, and could end up with significant compensation considering the status of those involved.
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Officers at the scene noted that Williams was not under the influence nor was she distracted by an electronic device. Williams also informed officers that she was trying to go through the intersection, but traffic ahead slowed her up causing her to be in the middle of the intersection. If you’ve been involved in accident that may or may not have been your fault, then you should contact a lawyer like this car accident injury attorney in Edmond OK immediately to discuss your circumstances.

The officers also stated via the police report that “Venus is at fault for violating the right of the way of the other driver.”

Past Issues

Venus Williams was cited for other traffic violations in the past, once in 2011 and the other in 2013. In 2011, she was stopped by Jupiter Police Department for driving without proof of insurance. Another incident was in 2013 when she was involved in a car crash on Interstate 95 in Palm Beach County. Williams was issued an infraction for driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Williams is preparing to play next week at Wimbledon in London.

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Diamond learned the essence of journalism attending PGCC and lastly Salisbury University...GO SEA GULLS! Her experience began in college writing for The Owl Newspaper at PGCC and The Flyer at Salisbury where she was able to cover Division III collegiate sports. She's even written for a local newspaper in the Delmarva region, The Salisbury Star. Diamond loves Serena Williams, Baltimore Orioles, Washington Wizards, and her beloved New England Patriots.