Driver Dead After Highway 99 Single-Vehicle Crash

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Driver Dead After Highway 99 Single-Vehicle Crash

October 19, 2020 Alan Ahdoot

On Sunday, October 11th, a vehicular accident was reported to have taken place in Bakersfield. California Highway Patrol was the first responder at the scene. They received information about the accident occurring on Highway 99, near Avenue 44 at around 4:00 a.m. A Lexus SUV was overturned after a single-vehicle crash. It was occupied by one person, a man of unknown age, who was the driver. He was pronounced dead at the scene after succumbing to his fatal injuries. Authorities are still investigating the cause of the single-vehicle crash.

Can You File A Claim for Vehicular Damages in a Single-Vehicle Crash?

It is possible to file a claim to your insurance provider for vehicular damages that you sustain from a single-vehicle crash. However, this depends on whether your auto insurance coverage includes either collision or comprehensive insurance. Generally, this should be the case, unless you own a motorcycle. Nevertheless, it is better to check your insurance policy to be sure. You must also be prepared to pay a higher premium as a result of your single-vehicle crash. Thus, you should only choose to use your auto insurance if you are certain that the single-vehicle crash was your fault entirely. If you think external factors contribute to your single-vehicle crash then you need to sit down with an attorney to figure out your case. We can connect you with one of our experienced car accident lawyers for a free initial consultation, which you can claim by calling (800) 310-1606.

Source: KGET

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