A multi-vehicle crash was reported to occur in Glendora on Thursday, December 17th. California Highway Patrol was the first responder at the scene. The incident happened just past midnight on 210 Freeway, near 57 Freeway. It is unknown how many vehicles were involved in the collision, but it was known that two people were found dead at the scene. One of them was thrown out of their vehicle. Several lanes of 210 Freeway were closed while the investigation of the crash was ongoing.
What Can You Do if You Were Injured in A Car Crash That Wasn’t Your Fault?
If you were injured in a car crash involving multiple vehicles, there may be several legal options available to you, depending on whether you are one of the parties at fault or not. Establishing fault is important in a multi-vehicle crash because if you were found to be sharing fault with the at-fault driver, your claim payout will be decreased depending on the percentage of fault you were found to have. If you’d like to consult legal counsel about your car crash, you can contact us at (800) 310-1606 for a free consultation, available 24/7.
Source: ABC 7