For many events in life, there are various routes people can take to handle them. For instance, a person could consume alcohol and then choose not to drive or could get behind the wheel while intoxicated. Unfortunately, the latter decision often results in serious car accidents, and when a person is killed in a crash, the family may be deciding whether to file a wrongful death claim.

It was recently reported that a crash in Ohio resulted in the death of one individual. Apparently, the incident involved only one vehicle. Reports indicated that a 19-year-old man was driving a pickup truck south when he failed to keep the vehicle on the road. The crash resulted in an 18-year-old female passenger being thrown from the truck.

The incident took place after 1:30 a.m., and authorities were on the scene for approximately four hours investigating. At the time of the report, it was suspected that alcohol played a factor in the incident, but additional information regarding that suspicion was not available. The investigation was still underway, and more information may be disclosed at a later time.

The family of the young woman killed in this Ohio accident undoubtedly have a great deal on their minds. They may feel overwhelming grief over the loss of their loved one, and they may also wonder whether taking legal action against the driver of the pickup is warranted. Gaining information on wrongful death claims and determining whether this step could help them on their journey toward closure may be useful.