Forsyth Co., GA – Two Killed in Auto Wreck on SR-20 (Canton Hwy)

Forsyth Co., GA – Two Killed in Auto Wreck on SR-20 (Canton Hwy)

Forsyth Co., GA (March 14, 2024) – The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, firefighters, and emergency medical services were all requested at the scene of a major motor vehicle accident that occurred on Tuesday and claimed the lives of two people.

On March 12, 19-year-old Edwing Morales-Perez was driving a 2020 Chevrolet Silverado on Georgia State Route 20, Canton Highway. At the same time, 19-year-old Kayla Uribe was driving a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro westbound on the same roadway. For unknown reasons, the two vehicles collided.  Uribe and her passenger, who was identified as 30-year-old Luis Rodriguez-Sigero, both sustained fatal injuries in the crash. They were pronounced deceased at the scene. Morales Perez was uninjured in the accident. However, authorities determined that he was under the influence of drugs at the time of the accident. He was taken into custody for DUI drugs. At this time, the incident is being investigated by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office.

We offer our condolences to the families of Kayla Uribe and Luis Rodriguez-Sigero.

Fatal Auto Accidents in Georgia

Forsyth Co., GA – Two Killed in Auto Wreck on SR-20 (Canton Hwy)Fatal collisions are reported in Georgia daily. Regrettably, these incidents add up to more than 1500 people dying every year on our roadways. Negligence often plays a pivotal role, with many lives lost due to drivers speeding, distracted driving, impairment, or neglecting to yield to others. The sudden loss of a loved one in a fatal collision can have a lasting and profound impact on your family, not just emotionally but also financially.

In these cases, seeking guidance from a wrongful death attorney in Georgia is essential. Your lawyer will advocate tirelessly to secure fair compensation, alleviating the financial strain you face. Following a fatal car crash in Georgia, families may seek compensation for various damages incurred as a result of their loss. Compensation can cover expenses like incurred medical costs related to the accident, funeral and burial expenses, lost income or financial support that the deceased would have provided, and property damage.

Additionally, non-economic damages, including mental and emotional pain and suffering, loss of parental guidance or companionship, and mental anguish experienced by surviving family members, may also be recoverable. The aim of seeking damages is to alleviate the financial burden placed on the family and provide some measure of justice for their loss.

At Ted Greve & Associates, we are dedicated to providing unwavering support to our clients during their time of need. With decades of experience and a steadfast commitment to our clients’ best interests, we ensure you receive the justice and compensation you deserve.

We urge you to contact our dedicated legal team today for a complimentary consultation. Our Georgia wrongful death lawyers are available to assist you. Reach out to us at (800) 693-7833 to arrange a meeting and discuss your case, taking the first step toward obtaining the justice and compensation your family rightfully deserves.