Silver Lake Auto Accident on 5 Freeway near Fletcher Drive
SILVER LAKE, CA (January 7, 2021) – Wednesday, witnesses reported in a fiery crash on the 5 Freeway near Fletcher Drive.
The incident happened at around 3:10 a.m. on southbound the 5 Freeway near Fletcher Drive exit.
According to reports, a vehicle collided with a big rig and had caught fire. Fortunately, the occupants of the vehicle managed to get out of the vehicle.
Meanwhile, a witness said that the vehicle was a small sedan.
Furthermore, the authorities confirmed that the crash didn’t lead to any injuries.
Staying within the lanes of the road is an extremely important rule of the road. Moreover, if you feel yourself drifting into other lanes due to fatigue or any other reason, safely pull over and rest before continuing to drive. Also, you can call a friend or an Uber to pick you up if you feel like it would be unsafe to drive.
Turning to a Personal Injury Attorney
Hiring a personal injury attorney is the most valuable step you can take in response to a vehicle crash.
Personal injury attorneys prioritize your recovery while securing your future from further losses a severe accident can bring.
“We can secure evidence in your favor, request additional information, get vital eyewitness accounts, and review insurance coverage you are entitled to that may not be common knowledge. Furthermore, having an experienced attorney fighting on your behalf at such a delicate time in your life will make all the difference,” explains Mark Sweet of Sweet Lawyers.
We encourage you to speak with us today if you have suffered injuries in an auto accident. At Sweet Lawyers, we understand the impact of accidents on victims, and the financial difficulties they have to go through. Moreover, our seasoned personal injury lawyers will provide you with the best legal representation and guide you to a high settlement. Also, with over 44 years of experience in the legal field, we know how to tackle your case from all angles. Thus, for more information, call us today at (800) 674 7852.