Single-Vehicle Car Crash Injured Four People and A Dog
On September 10th, at around 5 Freeway and Smokey Bear Road, a Toyota Scion car crashed off-road into a mountain. The occupants of the car were severely injured, including a pitbull dog. Three of the car’s occupants are still in critical condition, while one was severely injured after they leaped out of the vehicle. As a result of the accident, several lanes of Interstate 5 are closed temporarily. The cause of the single-vehicle accident is still being investigated by authorities.
Were You Injured in A Single-Vehicle Crash?
More often than not, single-vehicle crashes are caused when a vehicle veers off-road. However, various factors can lead to this event – and not all of them are due to the driver’s actions. Sometimes, improperly designed roads can lead to single-vehicle crashes. However, if you’d like to try to proceed with this line of inquiry, you should consider consulting an attorney with experience in off-road single-vehicle crashes. They might be able to provide insight on cases similar to yours and advise you on what suitable legal action you can pursue. If you’d like to get free legal counsel from us regarding your case, you can reach us by calling (866) 698-2306.
Source: SCV News