A single-vehicle crash was reported in Malibu on Thursday, December 31st. Los Angeles County Fire Department was the first responder at the scene. The incident happened around 10:15 a.m. on Kanan Dume Road, near the Pacific Coast highway. The vehicle was occupied only by one person, the driver. The driver lost control of the vehicle and fell 200 feet downwards into a nearby embankment. The driver was also trapped. Los Angeles County Fire Department rescued the driver by helicopter and transported them to the nearest hospital. Authorities remained at the scene to investigate the circumstances of the crash.
Can Single-Vehicle Crash Victims File A Personal Injury Claim?
Whether or not a single-vehicle crash victim can file a personal injury claim depends on the circumstances of the crash. Was it caused by another party’s negligence? For example, in the case above, is it possible that there weren’t appropriate guardrails in place to ensure that vehicles traveling on the road will not fall easily to the embankment? The process of pursuing a personal injury case is different for everyone, including you. We can provide a free consultation on your case, available 24/7, which you can get by dialing (800) 310-1606.
Source: CBS Los Angeles