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Three Injured in Three-Vehicle Collision in Bakersfield

January 24, 2021 Alan Ahdoot

A three-vehicle collision was reported in Bakersfield on Saturday, January 25th. California Highway Patrol is leading an investigation of the case. The collision took place between Flower Street and Orange Drive just after 12:00 a.m. The vehicles involved were a silver Mercedes-Benz, a red Hyundai sedan, and a gray Mitsubishi Eclipse. Several people were injured from this crash, including a pregnant woman. One woman was also trapped in the wreckage of the crash. Another person was reportedly sent to the hospital to receive treatment for severe wounds.

Can Multiple Victims File A Personal Injury Claim Against the Same At-Fault Driver?

In many car accidents, more than one person may have been left severely injured. In this kind of situation, there are several possible legal scenarios that may occur when victims choose to file a claim against the at-fault driver. One, a class action. In a class action claim, the victims will file their injury or damage claims against the at-fault driver through one process, and thus the awarded damages will also be distributed based on the agreement between victims beforehand. In another scenario, each victim will file an injury claim separately against the driver responsible. Determining which action is best suited for your car accident situation requires the help of a lawyer. If you want to get in touch with one of our experienced attorneys for a free consultation on your car accident case, call us today at (800) 310-1606, available 24/7.

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