Shortly before 8:00 on the morning of Monday, November 1st, a collision between a Ford-150 pickup and a Chevrolet Suburban SUV left one person seriously injured. The accident occurred on Highway 32 in Forest Ranch, explains a California car accident attorney.
Butte County accounted for 30 of the 3,113 fatal and 761 of the 170, 496 injury traffic collisions that occurred throughout the state in 2008, according to the California Highway Patrol (CHP). A recent study ranked ten of California’s cities among the 50 most dangerous in the nation for drivers.
Not only is experiencing a car accident unexpected and traumatic, the injuries sustained may have a lifelong impact on the accident victim’s physical and financial well being. In many cases, if another party caused the accident, that person may be held liable for any injury-related expenses: medical care, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Everyone at Allen, Flatt, Ballidis, and Leslie would like to wish the driver who was seriously injured in Monday’s Forest Ranch collision a full recovery.
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