On Saturday, October 24th, just after 3:00 a.m., a five-vehicle crash took place in Los Angeles, near Long Beach Boulevard. California Highway Patrol was one of the first responders at the scene. The cause of the incident was a vehicle traveling in the wrong direction on a 105 Freeway lane. One person was pronounced dead at the scene, although their identity was not disclosed by authorities. It is unknown whether other vehicle’s occupants were also injured from the crash.
To Whom Should You File A Personal Injury Claim?
If you were injured in a car accident, and want to file a personal injury claim, you should know that there are several parties that you can file the claim against. If the car accident that injures you was a two-vehicle accident, then you can file the claim against the at-fault driver’s auto insurance provider. If this person’s insurance denies your claim, you can also directly pursue a claim against the driver. If your car accident is a single vehicle crash, then you can file a claim to your own auto insurance, if the crash was caused by your own negligence. If you believe another party’s negligence was the cause of your single-vehicle crash, then there are several legal claims that you can file, depending on the circumstances of your case. To get our insight about your case and the type of legal claim you can pursue, call us at (800) 310-1606 today for a free consultation.
Source: My News LA