One individual was killed in a recent wrong-way vehicle accident in California. The family members of the victim naturally could be distraught and even angry about the car accident. They have the right to pursue answers regarding the cause of the crash and to seek justice.
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.
Three people recently passed away after a head-on crash in California. The car accident occurred early in the morning on a Sunday. Witnesses told police that they believed one driver, possibly intoxicated, was going the wrong way on the freeway.
A rear-end accident can have disastrous consequences. This is especially true if the person who caused the car accident was speeding and was not paying attention to the traffic ahead of him or her. Three people recently died in this type of vehicle accident in California.
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.
A drive that starts out normally can quickly end up in a major accident that kills or injures motorists and others. Failure to comply with traffic laws or reckless driving can cause or contribute to these types of vehicle crashes. One recent car accident in California led to the death of one individual and injuries to two others.
If you were injured in a car accident caused by a negligent driver, you may be wondering if you should hire a personal injury lawyer. The answer to that question is most certainly yes.
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.