Citrus Heights Motorcyclist Killed in Semi-Truck Crash on Sierra College Boulevard
Placer County, CA (April 29, 2021) – On Thursday, a person died in a motorcycle-big-rig crash on Sierra College Boulevard.
The fatal accident happened at the Indian Oaks Drive intersection, east of Lincoln.
Meanwhile, officers closed Sierra College Boulevard in both directions. Drivers were asked to avoid the area.
No further details about the accident were released except that a driver named Matthew Comach remained uninjured in the incident.
We at Sweet Lawyers extend our sympathies to the bereaved. May you find comfort during this painful time.
The Aftermath of Fatal Motorcycle-Big Rig Crash
It is clear now more than ever that one person’s negligence can have devastating effects on other individuals. This is quite common in accidents that result in death.
Thus, it is crucial that the bereaved become aware that they have the authority to file a wrongful death suit. A wrongful death suit allows families to hold parties liable for the irrevocable damages they have caused. Depending on the scale of events, settlements can be anywhere from several hundred thousand dollars to tens of millions of dollars. Alleviating most or all of the financial burden the death of a relative has generated.
Call Sweet Lawyers now at (800) 674 7852. Indeed, having legal representation can help you attain compensation on medical bills, loss of earnings, future medicals, pain and suffering, loss of consortium, pain, and suffering, and more. A lawyer will exhaust every avenue to ensure you get the maximum settlement. They will speak to witnesses, analyze evidence, and obtain important data that will help your case.
“I think the misconception is that when a loved one passes away, the insurance company and the defendant will automatically admit liability and offer all of the funds available.”
“Insurance companies will try to save money, even if it means not fully compensating a family for the wrongful death of a loved one. When a family retains an attorney immediately, it gives the family time to grieve their loss, and their attorney can start focusing on holding the negligent party accountable,” says Tyler Toomey, a wrongful death attorney at Sweet Lawyers.