Chicago Injury Attorneys Comment On Child's Death in Two-Car Crash

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Two cars collided causing a six year old girl's family pain last Saturday at Round Lake Beach.

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This is a tragic case where the family is left with so many questions.

A family has been left stricken after a car crash turned deadly for one little girl last Saturday. Legal resource website Chicago Injury Attorneys says the tragedy could have legal repercussions.

Two cars collided that afternoon at Round Lake Beach, according to the Chicago Tribune (08.25.2013). Six year old Leyzle Arteaga was injured, and a statement from the Round Lake Beach Police said that she suffered from “massive head trauma.” She passed away late the same night.

Police have not stated whether she had a child seat or seat belt.

“This is a tragic case where the family is left with so many questions,” said Karla Bradford, a spokesperson for Chicago Injury Attorneys, which helps accident victims find the legal advice and counsel that they need. “That includes whether they can seek justice in court and who will be held accountable.”

Bradford says that depends largely on the result of a police investigation.

“Right now we don't know who or what caused the accident,” Bradford said.

“It's never about the money, certainly not to grieving parents,” she said. “But they will face medical bills, funeral expenses, and a huge void in their life. Receiving help can benefit the family and stay afloat and on track.”

Bradford says that often has a healing effect as well.

“There is no way to make up for the loss of a child,” she said. “But seeing the person responsible pay, having that small win, can go a long way.”

About Chicago Injury Attorneys:

Chicago Injury Attorneys was formed to help victims of automobile accidents find a local Illinois lawyer with the skills to help them. The group is dedicated to providing legal resources and helping victims get the compensation they deserve. They can be contacted at

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