1 Dead in Compton Pedestrian Accident on Gardena Freeway and Central Avenue
COMPTON, CA (August 9, 2022) – Monday morning, a person died in a pedestrian crash on Gardena Freeway and Central Avenue.
The incident happened at 12:16 a.m. on Gardena Freeway and Central Avenue.
According to reports, someone reported to the CHP that they hit a person on the westbound Gardena Freeway. Then, they stayed at the scene.
When responders arrived, they declared that person dead at the scene. At this time, the authorities haven’t determined whether the victim walked onto the freeway or got out of a vehicle.
Furthermore, the CHP initiated a SigAlert that closed all westbound lanes. At around 1:00 a.m., the two left lanes reopened.
Meanwhile, the two right lanes reopened around 4 a.m.
Sweet Lawyers sends our sincere condolences to the family and loved ones of the victim.
Moving Forward After the Deadly Crash in Compton
The loss of a family member is irreversible. Thus, it is in the best interest of you and your family to be aware of what to do next.
Filing a wrongful death claim after the crash on Gardena Freeway and Central Avenue will help alleviate the financial burden the death of a relative has generated.
“Having legal representation after such a traumatic event will provide your family the space to heal. At the same time, ensuring that justice is brought to your loved one,” says Mark Sweet, of Sweet Lawyers.
If you lost someone you love in a similar pedestrian accident, you do not have to face the aftermath alone. We strive for legal representation that encourages families to remain strong and find hope in their future. Above all, we understand the gravity of the situation at hand and want to help you. Moreover, with our seasoned wrongful death lawyers, you will only need to tend to your well-being while we focus on your legal claim. Furthermore, our attorneys will ensure that you and your family receive the justice and compensation you deserve. Thus, for more information, call us now for a free consultation at (800) 674 7852.