Alberto Soriano and Vivian Nguyen Dead Following Pomona Crash on 57 Freeway
POMONA, CA (November 4, 2020) – Tuesday morning, Alberto Soriano, 26, and Vivian Nguyen, 19, died in an accident on the 57 Freeway near Temple Avenue in Pomona.
The deadly crash between their SUV and a parked big rig happened at around 3:35 a.m. Moreover, the collision occurred on the right-hand side of the southbound 57 Freeway, near the Temple Avenue exit.
By 5:45 a.m., Caltrans declared that two people, Alberto Soriano and Vivian Nguyen, died in the crash. Moreover, the authorities shut down the Nos. 2, 3, and 4 southbound lanes near the area until further notice.
As of this time, the authorities have only released the names of the victims, but not their cities of residence.
Due to the limited information available, the Pomona crash remains under active investigation.
We understand that losing a loved one is never easy. Our law firm would like to express our heartfelt sympathies to those mourning the loss of Alberto Soriano and Vivian Nguyen.
What Follows the Crash on the 57 Freeway
The families of the victims must become aware that they have the authority to file a wrongful death suit following a fatal accident.
“The last thing most families want to work on is mountains of paperwork. Even questions from insurance companies and obtaining police reports can be stressful,” says Mark Sweet, an attorney at Sweet Lawyers.
Turning to an experienced attorney can provide you with peace of mind. By hiring representation, someone will make sure that your rights are respected and that justice will be served.
Losing a loved one can be distressing for your family and those involved, to say the least. Even so, you may have a chance to obtain justice and the means needed to cover unexpected costly physical, and emotional damages. With 40 years of practice, Sweet Lawyers is confident that we can tackle your wrongful death lawsuit and help you recover. Our lawyers are here to guide you during your legal battle. We will help you acquire the justice and compensation needed to cover any financial hardships. For a free case evaluation, call (800) 674 7852.