Monday, September 19, 2011

2 Motorists Seriously Injured in 101 Freeway Crash

Chain accident often results in serious injuries to victims because of the aggravated impact of the multi-vehicle collision. When another driver hits a crashed car, the occupant suffers more harm. If the accident occurs on the freeway, no wonder an oncoming car may fail to avoid the scene and cause secondary collision.

Take the example of the multiple car crash in 101 Freeway on Sunday night. According to reports, a car was moving eastbound on Ventura Freeway when its driver struck another car. The collision triggered another accident. At least two motorists sustained injuries and a third victim suffered minor injuries.

Rescuers arrived and rushed the three people to a local hospital, reports said.

Drivers often have a hard time avoiding an accident scene on freeways. Most motorists drive at high speeds on Ventura freeway and swerving to avoid a crash scene usually cause other collision with oncoming vehicles.

On the other hand, if the vehicle driver chooses to slow down and stop, the motorist behind may rear-end the vehicle. By all means, an accident scene on the freeway poses tremendous hazard for other motorists.

If you or your loved one is injured in a chain accident on the freeway, you can assert legal action to recover damages for your medical expenses and losses. You can file a personal injury lawsuit against the driver who hit your vehicle. If there are two or more motorists involved, you can add them as defendants in your suit. Your attorney in Los Angeles will help you determine the fault of each motorist in the crash and assert damages accordingly.

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