Sylmar, CA – Two Injured After Crash Involving Parked Vehicle
Sylmar, CA (November 18, 2018) – According to inside sources at the Los Angeles Fire, Department, two people were injured in a Saturday evening vehicle collision that took place on N. De Garmo Avenue.
Shortly after 7:00 in the evening, a car containing one driver and one passenger careened into a parked vehicle in the 13700 block of N. De Garmo Avenue. Local police and an emergency response team arrived on the scene quickly and found that one of the vehicle occupants was trapped inside the car. After extrication, both victims were transported to a nearby hospital to receive medical treatment of any injuries they may have sustained.
The names of either passenger or an update on their conditions have not yet been released. Police are keeping the investigation open for now until a cause for the accident can be determined.
Injury Accident in California
Even a seemingly minor car accident can leave its victims with severe injuries, considerable financial losses, and significant mental and physical anguish. California motorists are injured in car accidents every single day. Distracted driving, which includes talking on the phone, texting, grooming, eating, drinking, and looking at the sights around you, is the number one cause of car accidents in California. Speeding and drunk driving round out the list for the top three causes of car accidents.
If you have been injured in a car accident for which you were not deemed liable, then California law entitles you to collect financial compensation for many areas of your life that have been affected. These areas include medical bills, physical therapy bills, prescription costs, lost wages due to missed work, and pain and suffering. In order to make sure that you maximize on your financial compensation, reach out to our team of attorneys here at the Los Angeles Injury Group. If you would be interested in a free consultation regarding your case, then give us a call at (310) 954-7248 before you speak to someone from the negligent party’s insurance company.