The families of three people are mourning the deaths of loved ones following a fiery crash in California. According to police, the crash occurred early in the morning on a recent Sunday in late January. The car accident happened on a U.S. highway after the victims' vehicle left the roadway.
A recent crash led to an injury and fatality in California recently. The car accident took place on a Friday in the area of Highway 41 in Fresno County, according to authorities. It began when a 19-year-old woman was driving her vehicle southbound on the highway at night, police said.
Welcome back. In our last post, we began discussing why it's important to hire an experienced personal injury lawyer after being injured in a car accident with a negligent driver.
In our last post, we discussed how negligent drivers can be held responsible for pedestrian accidents through personal injury lawsuits. However, in this post we will look at pedestrian accident liability from another angle.
California drivers must take care when they are sharing the road with pedestrians. In many instances, a pedestrian accident involving a motor vehicle ends in death or catastrophic injury. This is why walkers often have the right of way legally on the road, and this is why an inattentive or negligent driver who critically injures a pedestrian may be held accountable for those injuries.
There is an old saying that compares easy, hard-to-forget actions as being just "like riding a bike." But the truth is that riding a bike in California may not be as simple as people think. This is because bicyclists, often through no fault of their own, are in serious danger of getting injured or killed in an accident.