$2.8M in Compensation for Rear-End Car Crash
Our client was driving their car with one passenger in the front seat and one passenger in the back seat. Their vehicle stopped for traffic on US-101 prior to the rear-end collision near the intersection of Via Los Berros in San Luis Obispo County, California.
The police officer who responded to the scene found the defendant driver at fault for the accident. In particular, the deputy accused the defendant of violating California Vehicle Code Section VC22350 for driving at an unsafe speed.
Our clients experienced a 75 mph rear-end collision in Bakersfield, San Luis Obispo County. As a result of this violent impact, the vehicle was pushed downhill onto an adjacent off-ramp. Due to the severity of the injuries, the damage to the vehicle, the circumstances, and the force of the collision, liability was clear.
The accused driver, who was on the job at the time of the incident, admitted his fault. The defendant admitted to speeding and not paying attention to the traffic in front of him. Consequently, the three injured victims went to the hospital and received medical attention. In addition, one of them suffered serious injuries and required emergency surgery at the hospital.
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