Fresno, CA – Two-Car Crash on E Clinton Ave Leaves Three Injured
Fresno, CA (July 21, 2020) – An auto collision involving two vehicles left one person injured in the Fresno area on Monday afternoon. Just after 3:30 p.m., on July 20, the Fresno Police Department and Fire Department responded to the scene of a major auto collision on East Clinton Avenue.
Preliminary investigations conducted by officers with the Fresno Police Department show that a silver SUV and a silver sedan collided on East Clinton Avenue at the intersection with North Bond Street. The impact of the collision caused the sedan to roll over onto its roof while the SUV rolled up onto the driver’s side. Three people involved in the crash were injured. Two adults and one 8-year-old male were transported to area hospitals for treatment. At this time, the cause of the crash remains under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the victims injured in this accident.
Car Accidents in California
Car accidents throughout the state of California have an overwhelming impact on the lives of families. In fact, more than 150,000 people have their lives interrupted by accidents caused by negligent and reckless drivers throughout the state of California each year. In many cases, victims are forced to go through extensive medical treatment for broken bones, spinal cord injuries, and traumatic brain injuries. These accidents often leave people with overwhelming mental, physical, and financial pain and suffering.
Although there are a number of causes for collisions, roughly 80% are caused by the actions of drivers. Distractions, impairments, and engaging in other activities while operating a vehicle can lead to life-altering accidents. As more and more people are using their phones while driving and engaging in other reckless and irresponsible actions while behind the wheel, we continue to see a spiraling upward trend surrounding the frequency and severity of collisions throughout our state. When victims are injured in collisions as a result of other motorists’ actions, it is crucial that they contact a car accident attorney in California as soon as possible. Victims who are involved in collisions may have legal options available to help them obtain the compensation they need for treatment and various other costs they face moving forward.
Victims who are injured in preventable accidents can benefit substantially by working with a team of skillful and aggressive attorneys in their areas after being harmed. California personal injury attorney William E. Weiss has over three decades of experience providing aggressive and competent legal representation victims need to protect their best interests. Our team strives to ensure our clients collect full and fair compensation to alleviate the financial burdens they face from medical treatment and various other financial burdens they face moving forward. If you were injured in a collision as a result of a negligent driver, contact California accident lawyer William E. Weiss directly by calling (415) 235-7060 to explore legal options available for you.
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