Oil Spill on 101 Freeway After Tarzana Crash

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Oil Spill on 101 Freeway After Tarzana Crash

October 21, 2020 Alan Ahdoot

Several lanes of 101 Freeway are closed on Wednesday, October 14th, after a vehicular incident in Tarzana. A semi-trailer truck hit the rear end of a tow truck just past 12:00 a.m. California Highway Patrol, who was first at the scene, located the incident at Reseda Boulevard. The driver of the semi-trailer suddenly lost control of the vehicle and ended up crashing into the tow truck. The semi-trailer was carrying oil, and the impact of the crash caused the oil to spill all over the road.

What Can You Do if Your Personal Property Was Damaged from a Two-Vehicle Crash?

If your personal property was damaged from a vehicular incident, then you can pursue a claim to your insurance provider or directly against the person who is responsible for the incident. It is also possible a claim to the responsible party’s insurance provider. You can do this whether you were one of the parties directly involved in the crash or suffered from the impact of it. Your claim for damages on your personal property can range from your vehicle to your building – just like the case above. If you want to discuss more on how to pursue this type of legal action with one of our attorneys, call us at (800) 310-1606.

Source: NBC Los Angeles

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