Semi-Truck Collision Caused Oil Spill and Injuries
On Tuesday, November 3rd, a vehicular crash was reported to occur in Arvin. California Highway Patrol was the first responder at the scene of the crash. The incident happened on Highway 223, just past midnight. Two vehicles were involved, both a semi-truck. One of the semi-truck drivers struck the other semi-truck on the backside of the vehicle, which led to a small oil spill. In addition, the driver responsible also sustained some minor injuries to his legs. No other person was injured in the crash. Several of Highway 223’s lanes were closed while cleanup was underway. Authorities are still investigating the cause of the crash.
Can A Business Sue Another Business Entity for an Automobile Accident?
Yes, they can. Usually, the lawsuit may pertain to any loss of income or damages that were incurred by the accident. However, choosing this legal avenue can be more costly than just using your own insurance to pay for coverage. Thus, it is entirely up to you if you were a business owner if you want to pursue this claim. If you’d like to get an attorney’s advice on whether pursuing a damage claim against another business after an automobile accident is the right legal action to take for your case, call us at (800) 310-1606 to get a free consultation.