Fiery Crash on the 405 Leaves One Injured
At about 4 a.m. on May 5, 2015, the southbound lanes of the 405 freeway were closed following a two car collision that send one person to the hospital. A disabled vehicle, stopped in the center lane, was hit by a semi-truck and burst into flames.
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Does the injured party have any legal grounds to recover for damages stemming from his or her injury against the driver of the semi-truck? The short answer is, very likely, yes.
Depending on the outcome of the California Highway Patrol’s investigation the injured person may have a legal basis for filing a lawsuit for wrongful injuries sustained as the result of the semi-truck driver’s errant ways. In a wrongful injury lawsuit the injured parties file an action, a lawsuit, to recover damages associated with their injuries, their medical treatment and related claims.