A head-on crash is one of the most destructive types of motor vehicle accidents in California. This type of car accident often results in traumatic injuries or even death. The results are worse in situations where both drivers are speeding at the moment of impact.
A head-on crash recently took place in California. This type of collision can be deadly due to the major impact experienced when two speeding vehicles strike each other. Unfortunately, one woman lost her life in the fiery car accident, while two other individuals suffered major injuries.
Two cars recently crashed into one another in California, leaving two individuals injured and two others dead. The accident happened on a Saturday afternoon, according to police. This type of car accident can easily cause pain and suffering for the families of those who die as well as those who are injured in such a crash.
In a recent vehicle crash, a woman who was four months pregnant ended up passing away. Police said drunken driving may have caused this car accident in California. This type of motor vehicle accident understandably leaves the victim’s family filled with heartache and even anger.
Alcohol has a way of helping a person to calm down and feel relaxed. However, it can also slow a person’s reaction time and cloud one’s judgment. Consuming alcohol before getting behind the wheel may thus result in a tragic car accident leading to injury and death. One man recently died after another man thought to have been driving while intoxicated reportedly caused a single-car crash in California.
Injuries resulting from a serious car accident can vary depending on the age and size of the accident victim. According to the Placer County Network of Care, one of the most common injuries sustained by young adults and children in car accidents is hip fractures.
All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) have become very popular in California in recent years. While some people use the three- or four-wheeled vehicles for wild rides on rough and muddy terrain, others purchase the vehicles for leisurely trips or gardening around the yard.
In our last post, we discussed one of many lawsuits that have been filed against General Motors in the wake of the auto manufacturer's recall of millions of potentially dangerous vehicles in California and the rest of the United States.
A family who was on their way to Disneyland, considered "the happiest place on Earth," never got to experience it due to a recent vehicle accident. To make matters worse, the California incident took place on Mother's Day. All of the family members perished in the car accident, leaving surviving loved ones struggling with grief.
Learning that a loved one has been involved in a vehicle accident can be heartbreaking. However, finding out that this family member lost his or her life due to someone else's negligence may cause outrage. Passengers are totally reliant on a driver's ability to navigate a car properly, and when this fails to happen, the results can be fatal. This is the situation that one family is facing in California following a recent car accident.