Lakewood, CA – Multiple Injuries Result from Two-Car Accident on S Garfield Ave Ramp of I-105
Lakewood, CA (August 1, 2022) – Numerous people sustained injuries in an auto accident reported in Lakewood on Sunday evening. According to information provided by officials, the incident took place at approximately 11:45 p.m.
Responders were dispatched to the scene located on the South Garfield Avenue ramp of the 105 Freeway. When officials arrived at the scene, they found one woman who was lying in the roadway after being ejected from her vehicle.
Police stated that the woman’s vehicle had rolled over during the crash. The other involved vehicle collided with a cement wall on the side of the road. The woman found lying in the road was rushed to an area trauma center to be treated for her injuries.
Two other injured victims were transported to nearby hospitals for treatment. At this time, the cause of the incident has not been reported.
We hope for the full recovery of those with injuries.
California Auto Accidents
Car accidents in California happen at an alarming rate. California is among the top three states in the nation with the most auto collisions per year. Texas, Florida, and California see more auto accidents than any other place in the country. The consequences that stem from severe car crashes can be life-changing for injured victims. Sustaining a severe injury in an auto accident is not only painful and scary, but it can also be stressful and overwhelming.
When you’re hurt in a crash, you may be dealing with painful injuries that keep you from living your life and feeling good. Your mental health may also be in a suboptimal state due to the plethora of negative consequences that resulted from your accident. You may be worried about work, your family, and your future, the well-being of which may all feel threatened at this point in time.
The alarming fact about the car wrecks that happen in the United States is not only the large number of collisions that occur but the reasons they happen. The majority of auto wrecks in the United States are caused by driver negligence. Things like distracted driving, intoxicated driving, speeding, and drowsy driving contribute to millions of car accidents every year. The fact is, these accidents are preventable.
Negligent driving is illegal in the United States. Negligent drivers who cause accidents, especially with injuries, usually have to pay large fines. Sometimes they may even be put in jail depending on the severity of the incident. If you were hurt by a negligent driver, you may be eligible to collect financial compensation for your injuries and losses.
Contact the law office of Jennie Levin, P.C. to be connected with a Lakewood car accident lawyer if you think a negligent driver caused your accident. A lawyer will provide you with all of the necessary resources and information for you to file a personal injury claim for financial compensation. You deserve full and fair compensation after being hurt by the reckless, careless, or negligent actions of another driver. You can reach us at 323-951-1188 to see how we can help you.
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