On Sunday, October 18th, a solo vehicular crash was reported to have taken place in Anaheim. The crash occurred at nearly 3:00 a.m between Orange Freeway and Riverside Freeway. Orange County Coroner’s Office later reported that the victim was identified as a 42-year-old man named Marcus Currie. He was a resident of Anaheim. He was transported to UC Irvine Medical Center after sustaining severe injuries from the crash but was pronounced dead within the same day. His vehicle was overturned after he lost control of his vehicle. The cause of the accident is still under investigation by the authorities.
Can You File Personal Injury Claim After A Single-Vehicle Crash?
Whether or not you can file a personal injury claim after a single-vehicle crash depends on the circumstances of your crash. If the single-vehicle crash was due to your own negligence, then you certainly cannot file a personal injury claim against another party – though you can file a claim to your own insurance provider if you have the applicable auto insurance coverage, such as PIP (Personal Injury Protection). It is possible to file a personal injury claim if your single-vehicle crash was due to the negligence of another party, such as improperly managed personal property, such as trees which fell on your car, or badly maintained roads. If you want to discuss your case with an attorney to see whether it is possible to file a personal injury claim on your single-vehicle crash, call us at (310) 888-0024.
Source: My News LA