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Female Driver Crashed into Northridge Flower Shop

November 23, 2020 Alan Ahdoot Accidents, California

A car crashed into a flower shop in Northridge on Friday, November 6th. Devonshire Police Department is the lead investigator for the case. A female driver was traveling on a silver HR-V Honda when she lost control of her vehicle and struck several mailboxes on Reseda Boulevard, before crashing into Flower World & Gifts, a flower shop located on the 8300 blocks of the street. One of the shop attendants saw the incoming vehicle and managed to notify the other workers to flee from the shop. The storefront was badly damaged and multiple shop items were broken as well. However, neither the shop attendants nor the shop visitors were injured from the incident. The same cannot be said for the Honda driver, who sustained injuries severe enough to require hospitalization. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

Should Business Owners Pursue A Claim Against Negligent Drivers?

Determining whether legal action is necessary can be more difficult for business owners. After all, legal proceedings can be costly. However, if the damage done by a negligent driver who crashed into your commercial building caused you to lose significant revenue, a claim must be submitted. Be sure to get the driver’s contact information before they leave the scene so that the process can be easier for both parties involved. If you’d like to get in contact with a lawyer to discuss your case, call us today at (800) 310-1606 for a free consultation.

Source: Patch

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