Ontario, CA (November 08, 2021) – On Thursday, 48-year-old Armando Gonzales of Pomona died in a two-vehicle crash on Airport Drive.
The Ontario Police Department officers arrived at the crash scene at about 6:26 p.m. at the Moore Way intersection.
Officers said two vehicles were westbound on Airport Drive when they crashed.
Due to the impact of the crash, Gonzales was thrown from his vehicle.
Right away, rescuers rushed him to Loma Linda University Medical Center, where he later died at around 8:09 p.m.
Sweet Lawyers would like to express our sincere condolences to the loved ones of Armando Gonzales. May you have courage during this difficult time.
Fatal Vehicle Crash
When someone dies or killed due to another person’s negligence or misconduct, the bereaved can sue the negligent parties for the damages that they caused.
Some of the instances that could result in a wrongful death are homicide, medical malpractice, transportation accidents, pedestrian collisions just like what happened in the two-vehicle crash on Airport Drive, and any other instance caused by the wrongdoing of another person.
In filing for a wrongful death case, there is a time limit on when family members can take legal action.
These restrictions are called the statute of limitations. It only allows the bereaved to file a wrongful death lawsuit within a certain amount of time.
Unfortunately, when these expire, the legal claim is no longer valid and the family of the deceased can no longer file a lawsuit.
Thus, it is important to know and understand these time limitations, as they vary from state to state and case to case.