Contra Costa, CA (March 12, 2023) – At 4:22 p.m. on March 11, California Highway Patrol troopers were notified that their assistance was needed at the scene of an automobile accident that took place in Contra Costa.
On Saturday morning, authorities were notified that an accident involving a white Honda sedan, a burgundy Honda Odyssey, and a gray Toyota Camry occurred on the westbound side of California State Route four.
California Highway Patrol troopers arrived at the scene and located the damaged vehicles blocking multiple lanes of travel at the off-ramp for McEwen Road.
Several tow trucks were called to the scene of the accident to remove the damaged vehicles.
Paramedics were notified that their assistance was needed on-site. An ambulance responded to the scene to care for the injured victims and to transport those who required further care to local hospitals.
Investigations into the crash are underway.
Car Accidents in California
Being involved in a motor vehicle accident can impact every part of your life. Victims of these accidents are often left with painful physical and emotional injuries. We see countless people forced into hospitals, where they have to remain for several days or even weeks. The aftermath of a motor vehicle accident can be devastating.
Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of accidents take place right here in California every year. We see many people hospitalized with traumatic brain injuries, internal organ injuries, and other significant injuries.
Trying to deal with the aftermath of an accident can be quite challenging for victims. Families often struggle entirely. In many cases, victims and their families struggle financially to cover the cost of medical care while losing a source of income. For this reason, it is important that victims take legal action immediately following their crash in order to protect their legal rights and secure the financial resources they need moving forward.
After an accident, you have the ability to file a personal injury claim. In order to prevail on your case, you must be able to demonstrate negligence. This involves proving that the driver would you a duty of care, they engaged in some action, such as driving while impaired, that breached the duty, and that the breach of the duty caused the accident. You must then prove the damages that you have suffered.
At Wilshire Law Firm, we put our clients’ success at the forefront of everything we do – from fighting for their rights to making sure they receive all the compensation they deserve. Our team is equipped with extensive knowledge and experience in personal injury law, so you can rest assured knowing that your legal matters will be resolved as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our team is fully committed to helping each client we work with maximize the amount of compensation they are able to recover. To get started, contact our law firm at 800-358-1884 for a free consultation and case evaluation regarding any injury suffered due to someone else’s negligence or carelessness.