Los Angeles, CA (March 12, 2023) – The California Highway Patrol was dispatched to provide assistance at the scene of an accident on Friday morning that ended in injuries.
Just before 6:00 a.m. on March 10, authorities were notified that their assistance was needed at a crash on Interstate 10.
Preliminary reports show that a collision occurred on the eastbound side of the interstate during the morning hours. The incident prompted authorities to shut down multiple lanes on the eastbound side of the interstate just west of South Central Avenue.
Emergency crews went to work quickly on clearing the roadway. Tow trucks were requested at the scene to remove the damaged vehicles.
Emergency medical services were called to care for injured victims and to provide them with transportation to local hospitals.
The circumstances surrounding the accident are currently being investigated by California Highway Patrol troopers.
Car Accidents in California
More than half a million accidents take place in California each year. Many of these accidents go unreported. However, hundreds of thousands of people suffer serious injuries as a result of automobile accidents every year in our state. In most cases, crashes that occur on our state’s roadways are entirely preventable. We see many people left with traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, internal organ injuries, and other serious injuries that impact their health and well-being forever.
Trying to overcome a painful injury in the aftermath of an accident can be incredibly difficult. Unfortunately, victims are forced to deal with these overwhelming consequences daily. In order to help overcome some of the challenges that victims face, they are able to take legal action. In the aftermath of a collision, victims can benefit greatly by pursuing personal injury claims against the responsible party.
A personal injury claim is designed to help provide financial relief for victims so that they can get the medical care they need and cover various other financial burdens throughout their recovery process. This can include recovering compensation for vehicle repairs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. After an accident, victims should act quickly to protect their legal rights, so they have the strongest case possible against the defendant.
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