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Seven Year Old Boy Dead in Fatal Hit-and-Run

January 22, 2021 Alan Ahdoot Accidents, Bay Area, California, Car, Hit-and-Run, San Francisco, Traffic

A fatal vehicular incident was reported in Milpitas on Tuesday, January 19th. Milpitas Police Department is leading an investigation of the case. The incident happened between North Victoria Drive and Kennedy Drives during the afternoon. A 2015 White Lexus R35 that was speeding hit a 7-year-old boy that was riding his bicycle. His name was Haolan Chen, and he was fatally injured from the crash and was pronounced dead at the scene. The vehicle did not stop after crashing the boy and was later apprehended by the police since the vehicle was involved in a robbery one day before the fatal car accident. The person who was behind the wheels during the time of the incident was a 36-year-old woman named Kristalinna Pacheco. She will be facing criminal charges for this fatal incident.

Can You File A Personal Injury Claim if the At-Fault Driver Responsible Is Facing Criminal Charges?

Yes, you can. If you are a victim of a car accident, and the at-fault driver responsible for causing your injuries is facing criminal charges for their actions, you can still pursue a personal injury claim against them regardless. This is because your case, which is a civil case, is treated differently from the criminal charges that the at-fault driver faces. To know more about how to start a personal injury claim for your car accident case, call us today at (800) 310-1606 to get a free consultation.

Source: CBS San Francisco

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