Driver Thrown Out from Vehicle after Crash in Bakersfield

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Driver Thrown Out from Vehicle after Crash in Bakersfield

October 11, 2020 Alan Ahdoot Bakersfield, California, Central Valley, Uncategorized

On Thursday, October 8th, a two-vehicle crash was reported to have taken place in Bakersfield. Authorities received information about the crash around just past 6:00 p.m. The crash took place between Fruitvale Avenue and Snow Road.

A car and a truck collided with one another while the driver was driving recklessly. The driver was also not wearing their seatbelt, and when the collision happened, they were thrown out of the vehicle from the impact. It is unknown whether the driver had severe or fatal injuries from the crash. The condition of the other driver is also not yet released by the authorities. An investigation into the crash is still ongoing.

Can You Be Denied a Claim by Your Auto Insurance Provider?

Yes, you can. A claim can be easily dismissed by your auto insurance if the circumstances of your car accident violate your insurance policy. In general, your auto insurance provider will not provide coverage for you and your car if your car accident involves a criminal act. This includes verdicts such as driving under the influence. However, if you are being denied a claim even though you are the victim of a car accident, then you need to immediately dispute this decision. It is best to start contacting a lawyer if you are planning to take this action. To get a free consultation from one of our legal team with experience dealing with auto insurance, call us at (877) 871-3265, available 24/7.

Source: KGET

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