It can be difficult to learn that a loved one has been seriously injured in a tragic car accident in California. The victims themselves may be further upset if they learn that the car accident resulted from another party's decision to drink and drive. Even though monetary compensation can't take away the physical and emotional pain caused by this kind of accident, it may help the victims to feel that a sense of justice has been achieved in their situation.
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.
Investigators are still looking into the deadly chain-reaction crash that occurred along the 60 Freeway just recently. Some of our Placer County readers may have heard about the crash that injured at least 13 people and killed a 5-year-old girl. And depending on what investigators find out about the crash, it's possible that the accident victims may be entitled to compensation.
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.