Three Injured After Vehicle Crashed into LA Salon

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Three Injured After Vehicle Crashed into LA Salon

October 26, 2020 Alan Ahdoot Accidents, California, Los Angeles

On Friday, October 16th, a single-vehicle crash was reported to have occurred in Los Angeles. Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) is the lead investigator for the case. A vehicle crashed into a salon’s storefront in Sawtelle, near West Santa Monica Boulevard and Barry Avenue. LAPD received information about the crash at around 4:15 p.m. Three people were found injured at the scene. All of them had minor injuries. It is unknown whether these people were occupants of the vehicle or were either patrons or workers of the salon. LAPD is currently still conducting further investigation of the accident.

Who Can You Sue if You Were Injured in A Car Accident?

If you are planning to pursue a claim as an injured party in a car accident, you need to know who your defendant will be. The first party that you can file a claim against is the insurance provider of the at-fault driver. If this isn’t possible because the driver does not have insurance, you can file a claim directly against the driver. If your driver is underaged, you can file a claim against their guardians. If your driver was in the middle of a job when the car accident happened, you can file a claim against their employer. To determine which party you can sue in a car accident, we advise you to call an attorney for consultation regarding your case. We can provide this service to you for free, which you can get by calling (800) 310-1606.

Source: Canyon News

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