1 Hurt in Chico Train Accident on Sacramento Avenue
CHICO, CA (September 21, 2020) – Sunday morning, a man suffered injuries in a Union Pacific train crash on West Sacramento Avenue.
The incident happened just before 5:00 a.m. on West Sacramento Avenue.
According to a witness, the man attempted to cross the tracks just before the train approached. Furthermore, the crossing arms, bells, and lights were all activated during the incident.
As a result, responders transported the man to an area hospital.
The train crash on West Sacramento Avenue remains under active investigation.
As pedestrians, it is crucial to stay vigilant on the streets. Furthermore, it is important to follow traffic laws just the same to avoid accidents that can lead to injuries.
Suffering a Personal Injury in a Train Crash
In the case of the train crash on West Sacramento Avenue, the victim must become aware of their rights under the law. This means that there may be a right to file a lawsuit against the person or company responsible for the injuries they suffered.
Mark Sweet, one of the award-winning personal injury attorneys said, “The most valuable step you can take in response to a vehicle crash is hiring a personal injury attorney. Personal injury attorneys prioritize your recovery while securing your future from further losses a severe accident can bring.”
If you or a family member has suffered serious injuries in a similar incident, turn to us. Sweet Lawyers are here for you and unlike insurance companies, we will ensure you acquire the highest settlement needed to cover the costs an accident has caused. Our attorneys will guide you through every step of the way to make sure you receive the justice and compensation your family deserves. Allow us to handle the legalities, while you focus on recovering. Our firm does not collect any payment until we win big for you, and we also do not require any silly “retainer” fees like other law offices. To schedule a free consultation, call today at (800) 674 7852 and speak to an experienced legal professional.