CALIFORNIA LEGAL BLOG

Vehicle Set on Fire by Unknown Woman in Pasadena

A vehicle was reported to have been set on fire purposefully by an unidentified individual in Pasadena. Pasadena Police Department is the first responder at the scene. They received a report about the incident just after 7:30 p.m. The scene of the accident was found to be around North Summit Avenue. Eyewitnesses and camera footage at the scene supported the fact that a blonde female wearing a dark jacket and light shorts set fire to a Chevrolet Impala after pouring gasoline all over it. The vehicle did not explode and authorities managed to successfully put out the fire. The suspect has yet to be found by the authorities.

What Can You Do If Your Vehicle Was Vandalized by An Unknown Individual?

If your vehicle was vandalized, you may be wondering whether or not it is possible to file a claim to your auto insurance. Well, this depends on your insurance coverage. If you have comprehensive insurance coverage, then it is possible to file a claim for damages. When you don’t, however, things can get a bit trickier. The circumstances such as the one above, for example, could fall under force majeure situations. To determine this, you can call us for a free consultation about your case with one of our attorneys by dialing (800) 310-1606.

Source: Pasadena Now

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