Single-Vehicle Crash Reported on Highway 14

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Single-Vehicle Crash Reported on Highway 14

October 15, 2020 Alan Ahdoot

A vehicular crash was reported on Saturday, October 10th, taking place on Highway 14 near Soledad Canyon Road. California Highway Patrol received information about the crash at around 8:15 p.m. The crash was discovered to involve one vehicle, a blue sedan. All of the vehicle’s occupants were found outside the vehicle.

It is unknown how many people were occupying the vehicle at the time of the incident. Los Angeles County Fire Department officials, who were also at the scene, stated that no one sustained major injuries from the incident. An investigation into the single-vehicle accident is still ongoing, although no one has been arrested at the scene of the accident.

What Does Your Auto-Insurance Cover After A Single-Vehicle Crash?

Generally, your auto insurance should cover both medical bills and any damages incurred from the incident, which comes with your collision or comprehensive insurance coverage. However, you should know that if you file a claim to your auto insurance after a single-vehicle crash, you will be treated as the at-fault driver. This will impact your monthly premiums later on. Is it possible to dispute this? Certainly, but we believe that it is better to instead consider if any other factors done by other parties contributed to your single-vehicle crash. If you’re not sure how to start with this process, you can call us at (800) 310-1606 to get in touch with one of our attorneys for a free initial consultation about your case.

Source: Signal SCV

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