Injury Crash Near Valmar Road
Woodland Hills, CA (October 02, 2022) – On Tuesday night, two people lost their lives in a rear-end collision on West Mulholland Drive.
The traffic incident happened at around in 23100 block area near Valmar Road.
The Los Angeles Police Department’s Valley Traffic Division said the preliminary investigation revealed that a Toyota Camry was eastbound at a high rate of speed and rear ended a Ford Mustang.
As a result, both vehicles will burst into flames.
Rescuers quickly extinguish the fires in both vehicles, but the people inside the Mustang were beyond medical help and died at the scene.
On the other hand, the Toyota Camry driver was able to escape his vehicle.
Police say he was a male in his 20’s. He was evaluated by paramedics and transported to the hospital out of caution.
In the meantime, there is no information if alcohol were a factor in the crash.
Sweet Lawyers express sympathies to the families and friends of the two people who died in the rear-end collision on West Mulholland Drive. Our hearts are with you through these trying times.
Traffic Accidents Could Be Fatal
Nowadays, incidents like the rear-end collision on West Mulholland Drive could happen at any time. Unfortunately, there are times when a person’s negligence can have devastating effects on other people.
When someone dies due to another’s negligence or misconduct, the bereaved can sue the negligent parties for the damages that they caused.
Additionally, when the bereaved files for a wrongful death claim, economic and non-economic damages are accounted for. These can include high medical bills, loss of benefits, funeral services costs, emotional distress, loss of income, and loss of companionship.
To the loved ones of the deceased in the South Vermont Avenue fatal crash, our lawyers will exhaust their best to ensure you get the maximum settlement. Indeed, they will speak to witnesses, analyze evidence, and obtain important data that will help your case.
Moreover, our legal experts will work on your behalf to hold the responsible party accountable for their failure to follow traffic laws, resulting in the untimely death of your loved one.