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Snowplow Driver Won’t Be Charged for Serious Crash

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A Wisconsin snowplow driver won’t face criminal charges stemming from a December accident in which the plow hit a passenger vehicle.

The accident occurred in December when the driver of the snowplow hit a car when making a U-turn. The driver of the car was hospitalized for several weeks with head injuries. Now, she still struggles to walk and to talk.

The special prosecutor for the case decided not to file charges because they would have to prove gross negligence to make the charge stick. The police at the scene feel that the plow driver failed to yield the right-of-way when making the U-turn. 

The District Attorney for the county did not feel he should take the case as they were both county employees.

If  you have been injured in an accident in which someone was negligent, contact the Sheboygan car accident attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® at 1-866-888-3620 to discuss your case and to determine your legal options.