$795K Negotiated for Rear-End Accident
Our client was a driver of a vehicle traveling eastbound on I-10 of Santa Monica Freeway, 485 feet west of Washington Boulevard, in Los Angeles, California. At that time, the defendant was operating a vehicle directly behind our client’s vehicle at a high rate of speed.
Our client stopped for the traffic ahead, and the defendant driver failed to yield to the stopped vehicle ahead and slammed into the rear of our client’s vehicle.
The police officer on the scene found the defendant driver at fault for the collision in violation of California Vehicle Code Section 22350 CVC for driving at an unsafe speed. As a result of the collision, our client’s vehicle was totaled.
The defendant driver breached their statutory duty when they acted unreasonably, carelessly, recklessly, and negligently under the circumstances, thereby forcefully causing this rear-end collision. The defendant driver’s failure to keep a proper lookout for conditions of the road violated statutes and resulted in the collision.
Per the supportive documentation, our client was obeying all laws at the time of the crash and was acting reasonably under the circumstances, consequently alleviating any comparative negligence. Based on the foregoing, and based on the provided documentation, it is abundantly clear that liability solely rested with the defendant driver. Liability is indisputable in this case.
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