Chambers County Woman Killed in One-vehicle Accident

Forty-two-year-old Kristi Elizabeth Chriss from Valley, Alabama, was killed in a one-vehicle accident that occurred on April 29th. The State Trooper Michael Carson said Chriss was a passenger in a 2017 Toyota 4 Runner; the vehicle crashed in a guardrail, flipped over, and then went off the roadway.

Chriss was immediately taken to a local hospital where she was later pronounced dead. Carson said that Chriss was not wearing a seat belt when the accident happened.

The collision occurred on U.S. 280 near the 54-mile marker, about 15 miles east of Sylacauga.

There is no further information about the accident. Troopers with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s Highway Patrol Division are investigating the reasons for the crash.

If you were injured in an accident in Alabama, you might be entitled to compensation.

No matter who is at fault for the accident, you should consult a car accident attorney. They will review your case and tell you how big are your chance of getting a compensation claim.

What is important is to get a medical examination right after the accident (even if you don’t have any injuries). This will help you when you seek the claim. Also, call the police and be collaborative, but make sure you call your lawyer if that is possible.

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