A motor vehicle accident involving two vehicles in Rome, Georgia Tuesday evening, April 21, 2020, caused the death of a two people and left one other person injured.
As reported by AJC.com, “[t]he crash occurred about 6:20 p.m. on Redmond Circle in west Rome.”
According to the report, “Valarie Watts, 51, and her 18-year-old son, Antwan Jamerson, were killed instantly…49-year-old Thomas Watts, was taken to Floyd Medical Center, where he remains in critical condition.”
CoosaValleyNews.com is reporting, “a northbound F-350…crossed the center line and struck a southbound G-series Infinity car head-on.”
The accident investigation is ongoing.
Our Legal Take
As the details of this accident continue to develop, the family of Valarie Watts and Antwan Jamerson may elect to file civil claims seeking substantial compensation for their loss. In addition, any injured victims may elect to file civil claims seeking substantial compensation for their injuries. The Murray Law Firm has had extensive and successful experience representing victims of motor vehicle claims in Georgia, and the legal team at the firm suggests that the family of Valarie Watts and Antwan Jamerson and any injured victims should retain a law firm without delay to protect their interests and ensure an unbiased investigation and the preservation of any and all evidence. Photographs of the roadways and vehicles involved and a review of surveillance footage from nearby businesses or properties, if any exists, will need to be performed immediately before this evidence is damaged or destroyed.
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