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Driver Thrown Out of Vehicle in San Bernardino Car Accident

By San Diego Car Accident Lawyer on October 27, 2011 - Comments off

An unidentified motorist suffered serious injuries in a car wreck that occurred on October 24, 2011, around 7:27 a.m. on Old Cajon Road. According to California Highway Patrol, the vehicle that the victim was driving went 10 feet over a berm at Kenwood Avenue and Cajon Boulevard.
The victim was found lying under the vehicle and yelling for help. The driver suffered serious back injuries and was immediately transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. From the limited information, it is not clear as to what led to this accident. The investigation is in process.
Meanwhile, the injured motorist should immediately seek counsel from an experienced San Bernardino County car accident lawyer who would educate him about his legal rights and assure that the at-fault party is brought to justice.
The injured victim can also file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party to obtain compensation to cover treatment, medical and hospital costs, and other accident-related damages.
Our personal injury law office sincerely hopes that the injuries suffered by the motorist heal soon.

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Lake Murray Multiple-Car Pile-Up Leaves Seven Drivers and Passengers Injured

By San Diego Car Accident Lawyer on July 19, 2011 - Comments off

Several people suffered moderate to serious injuries in a multiple-vehicle accident that Lake Murray Pile-Up occurred on July 18, 2011, around 4 p.m. in the 8700 block of Lake Murray Boulevard in East San Diego County.
San Diego Police Department Lt. Andra Brown said that five vehicles were involved in this serious crash, which resulted in several people trapped in crumpled cars. Several children are also believed to have suffered serious injuries in this multiple vehicle collision and were immediately transported to a local trauma center for treatment.
From the present information, it is unclear what caused this East County traffic accident that injured several people including children. Since it was a multiple-vehicle car accident, any of the drivers involved could have been responsible for causing the accident. However, one of the drivers was said to be driving recklessly at a high speed just before the auto accident occurred. It would be interesting for the investigating officers to determine whether any of the drivers was driving under the influence of alcohol or any other drug. Though the investigation is in process, the victims should consult with an experienced San Diego County car accident lawyer who would assure that they obtain timely and fair compensation to cover cost of hospitalization, medical costs, loss of wages, and other accident-related damages.
Our personal injury law office sincerely hopes and prays that the injuries suffered by the victims do not prove life threatening.

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San Bernardino County Head-On Car Crash Kills Riverside Teenager

By San Diego Car Accident Lawyer on July 12, 2011 - Comments off

16-year-old Mariah Madero was killed in a head-on wreck that occurred on July 6, 2011, around 1:48 p.m. along Highway 62, about 15 miles west of Joshua Tree National Park. According to San Bernardino County coroner’s officials, the Riverside teen was a passenger in a westbound 2004 Kia SUV when it was hit head-on by a sedan that crossed over from the eastbound lane.
There is no information about the cause of the head-on accident. Was the SUV driver drunk or driving under influence of drugs? Was he distracted? Was he on the phone? Did he fall asleep? These and several other reasons could be cause of Madero’s wrongful death. A thorough investigation will yield the exact cause of the accident.
It is a very tough time for the family as they have lost a young member to a negligent car accident. Nothing said can reduce the pain and anger. However, Madero’s family members should still seek counsel from an expert San Bernardino head-on car wreck lawyer to obtain compensation to cover funeral and burial costs, loss of future earnings, and loss of love and companionship. An auto accident attorney can also ensure efficient and timely investigation be performed before important information goes missing.
Our law office offers sincere condolences to all those who knew and loved Madero for such a heart rendering loss.

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Woman Suffers Injuries In Riverside Car Accident

By San Diego Car Accident Lawyer on May 13, 2011 - Comments off

An unidentified female driver suffered critical injuries in a car accident that occurred on May 10, 2011, along Canyon Crest Drive in Riverside. According to the responding California Highway Patrol Officers, the driver lost control and hit an electric pole near El Cerrito Drive south of UC Riverside due to unknown reasons.
Riverside Police Lt. Art Flores told reporters that the woman had to be removed from the vehicle by the fire rescue crew. The woman suffered serious burns and broken legs. She was immediately transported to Riverside Community Hospital for treatment. It is not clear as to what caused the accident and if there was another vehicle involved and responsible for this traffic accident.
The treatment and damage control will cause a major financial dent. The injured woman should seek counsel from an auto accident lawyer serving Riverside County to learn about her legal rights and options, as well as get the justice and the financial compensation she deserves.

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Fatal Los Angeles Car Accident Kills Four People in Overcrowded Corvette

By San Diego Car Accident Lawyer on May 9, 2010 - Comments off

Kristin Norris, 22-years oldof Burbank, was driving the 2007 two seat Chevrolet Corvette that was carrying four people: Danielle Wolf, 22, of Carlsbad; Jorge Nunez Jr., 28, of Sylmar; and Jossue Colato, 23, of Pacoima. Clearly, the Corvette was over-occupied.
Norris was speeding just after midnight on Thursday, May 6, 2010, as she headed east on a flat, wide, S-curve on Roscoe Boulevard between Balboa Place and Hayvenhurst Avenue when she lost control. The yellow sports car crossed a set of railroad tracks, slammed into a guardrail, utility pole, and streetlight before rolling and skidding to a stop hundreds of feet away killing all 4 people crammed inside.
Norris’s body remained pinned in the driver’s seat of the overturned car while the other three were mercilessly dismembered by the force of the crash and ejected over an accident scene that encompassed nearly a half-mile. Things would not have been so horrific if all wore seat belts and the Corvette not occupied by too many passengers. But the car is designed to hold only two and therefore they are believed not to be wearing seatbelts.
It is rightly said, speed thrills but kills. These four deceased people will never know how hurt and disheartened their family members will be when they hear of this tragic accident. We offer our sincere condolences to the families of all four.

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Defective Toyota Brakes Seriously Injure Hanford Woman

By San Diego Car Accident Lawyer on March 17, 2010 - Comments off

A 60-year old woman was severely injured in a Fresno auto accident when her Toyota Sienna minivan’s brake system ceased to work and it crashed into a truck at an intersection of 15th Street and Grangeville Boulevard, just west of Hanford. The car accident happened on March 13, 2010.
The injured, Lynda Bissenger, broke her feet due to the crash. She claims that the brakes failed to operate at a stop sign and the minivan caught fire after the collision. Her husband, David Beardsley, and the couple’s grandson managed to escape the minivan unhurt. A passerby came to the rescue of Bissenger who was taken to Saint Agnes Medical Centre where the doctors repaired her feet by putting in metal plates. The traffic accident is under investigation reported Jerry Pierce, California Highway Patrol spokesman.
The toll is considerably rising due to the problems found in the Toyota vehicles. Everyday people are getting injured or losing their life because of some type of vehicle malfunction. With the rising number of accidents and injuries, it does not seem that Toyota is doing enough to protect their customers.

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San Diego County Toyota Sudden Acceleration Malfunction Nearly Kills Driver

By San Diego Car Accident Lawyer on March 9, 2010 - Comments off

61-year old James Sikes found himself in a death trap when his Toyota Prius started auto accelerating and went out of control. Sikes was heading east on Interstate 8 (I-8) in the Lakeside area of San Diego County around 1:30 p.m. when he realized that the hybrid-electric sedan was speeding at 90 mph despite all his efforts to regulate down its speed.

Sikes called 911 and immediately California Highway Patrol officers sprung into action. In spite of their swift response, the car had already traveled 30 miles before it was brought to a halt. The officers put up a brave effort by pulling their cruiser ahead of the Toyota Prius which slowly decelerated as the shock-struck Sikes received instructions from the patrol officers via their vehicle’s public-address system on how to bring the emergency breaks into function.

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Numerous law suits have recently been filed against Toyota as millions of cases pertaining to malfunctioning breaks and acceleration system have been reported in the United States and worldwide. It has not been long when, during August 2009, when a similar malfunction led to the death of CHP Officer Mark Saylor and his family. Our office remembers them with warmth and our thoughts go out to their surviving family members. The Saylor family has filed a lawsuit against Toyota and the dealership that lent them the Lexus rental car involved in their auto accident. Their case is proceeding through the San Diego Superior Court.

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Five Passengers Injured in Escondido Head-On Car Crash

By San Diego Car Accident Lawyer on May 4, 2009 - Comments off

Five passengers, including two children and three adults, were injured in a head-on car crash on Harmony Grove Road near Escondido. The Escondido car crash happened on the 8000 block of Harmony Grove Road where, according to the California Highway Patrol, a car turned a corner too quickly and hit another car in oncoming traffic.

The two children were sent via helicopter to Rady Children’s Hospital, while the adults were treated at Palomar Hospital. As of Saturday night, their conditions were still unknown. You can read more about this San Diego auto accident in this CBS8.com story.
If you or someone you know has been injured in a North County San Diego car accident, please contact San Diego car crash lawyer Ross Jurewitz and the San Diego personal injury attorneys at the Jurewitz Law Group at (619) 233- 5020. You may also contact these San Diego car wreck lawyers online here.

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Woman Seriously Injured in San Diego County Auto Accident on Interstate 15

By San Diego Car Accident Lawyer on April 23, 2009 - Comments off

North San Diego County saw a car wreck today on Interstate 15 involving a woman from Lake Elsinore, interrupting her commute and leaving her seriously injured.
The injury to Susan Jacobson, 52, occurred around 1 p.m. in the Rainbow area while she was driving along the I-15 southbound in a 1997 Ford Explorer and lost control of her vehicle. The San Diego auto accident occurred when Jacobson’s car then hit a guardrail along the freeway’s center median, and then continued to veer across the traffic lanes to the right where it struck a tree on the shoulder of the interstate 15 near Rainbow Valley Boulevard. The sport utility vehicle overturned and rolled down a 40-foot embankment off the side of the road. You can read more about this San Diego car wreck in this MyValleyNews.com story.

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Man Killed in San Diego Car Accident Along SR-76

By San Diego Car Accident Lawyer on April 9, 2009 - Comments off

A Tuesday-morning car crash in Fallbrook, San Diego County that involved two vehicles along Route 76 at the junction with Interstate 15, had hospitalized the passenger of the Nissan Altima involved, and today found him dead. You can read more about this San Diego car accident in this SanDiego6.com story.
The deadly auto collision with a Scion XB occurred around 4:15 a.m., when drivers tend to assume that roads are clear and accidents easily avoidable. Paramedics took the man, who remained unidentified at this point, and he died in the operating room at Palomar Medical Center.

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