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Single-Vehicle Crash Left Two People with Minor Injuries

November 13, 2020 Alan Ahdoot

On Saturday, October 31st, a single-vehicle crash occurred between 14 Freeway and 5 Freeway. California Highway Patrol and Los Angeles County Fire Department were the first responders at the scene. The accident was estimated to have taken place a few minutes before 1:30 p.m. A blue Toyota Camry had a rollover crash after the driver lost control of the vehicle. The car was occupied by two people, who were left with minor injuries from the crash. Their identities were not disclosed by the authorities. The transition lane of 14 Freeway and 5 Freeway were closed temporarily while an investigation into the crash was ongoing.

Can You File A Claim As a Passenger in a Single-Vehicle Crash?

Yes, you can. In fact, we encourage you to do so. Most auto insurance provides coverage for injured passengers, although the amount and condition may vary. This applies even if you were involved in a single-vehicle crash since you are the victim in this situation. Do not hesitate to use this option even if you are well-acquainted with the driver, since claiming the coverage is within your rights, and the driver’s auto insurance is meant to cover for you in such an event. If you’d like our legal counsel on how to file a claim as a passenger after a single-vehicle crash, call us at (800) 310-1606 for a free consultation, today.

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