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Identity Of Teenagers Revealed In Fatal James City County Collision [James City County, VA]

Identity of Teenagers Revealed in Fatal James City County Collision [James City County, VA]

In the early hours of Thursday morning, tragedy struck in James City County collision, claiming the lives of two teenagers and prompting the closure of Pocahontas Trail.

Eighteen-year-old Dimas Juarez Jacobo was behind the wheel of a black 2007 Acura TSX, traveling eastbound at an excessive speed along the 8500 block of Pocahontas Trail, near Howard Drive and Jackson Street.

The 8500 block of Pocahontas Trail, near Howard Drive and Jackson Street

The 8500 block of Pocahontas Trail, near Howard Drive and Jackson Street where the accident occurred claiming the lives of two teenagers and prompting the closure of Pocahontas Trail

The vehicle overturned after colliding with a utility pole, causing live powerlines to sprawl across the road. Sadly, Jacobo succumbed to his injuries at the scene.

His passenger, 18-year-old Ulises Fuentes Jordan, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was ejected from the vehicle during the crash and also pronounced dead at the scene. Authorities are investigating the possibility of alcohol consumption and speeding as contributing factors to the collision.

In the aftermath of such a devastating incident, victims and their families may seek recourse for their losses through legal channels.

Our attorneys at Briet Law Firm are dedicated to providing compassionate and effective representation to those affected by car accidents and wrongful death.

We understand the emotional and financial toll such tragedies can inflict, and we are committed to fighting for our clients’ rights.

In the wake of a tragic car accident like the one in James City County, victims and their families may be entitled to various forms of compensation to alleviate the burdens imposed by the incident.

These can include economic damages such as medical expenses, funeral costs, lost wages, and property damage. Additionally, non-economic damages may encompass pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of consortium.

In cases of wrongful death, surviving family members may pursue compensation for loss of financial support, companionship, and guidance.

Our attorneys at Briet Law Firm are dedicated to thoroughly evaluating each case to determine the full extent of damages suffered by our clients and aggressively advocating for their rights to secure fair and just compensation.

We strive to secure the compensation and justice they deserve through diligent investigation and advocacy. If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident in James City County or anywhere in Virginia, don’t hesitate to contact us for a free consultation.

Note: While we strive for accuracy, please notify us of any inaccuracies regarding this incident. We rely on external sources for information and will make corrections as necessary.

Disclaimer: This post is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal or medical advice. If you’ve been injured in an accident, seek immediate medical attention. The photo included in this post is not from the actual scene of the accident

Source: Daily Press

The map below shows the 8500 block of Pocahontas Trail, near Howard Drive and Jackson Street where the accident occurred claiming the lives of two teenagers and prompting the closure of Pocahontas Trail

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