30 Year Old Man Killed in Glendale Car Accident

September 14, 2012

By Robert Walch on September 14, 2012 2:37 PM |

A 30 year old man was killed this morning in a multi-vehicle freeway car accident in Glendale, California. According to the La Cañada Flintridge Patch, the Glendale car accident occurred on the 134 Freeway, at around seven o'clock in the morning. The California Highway Patrol reported that the man died at the scene of the Glendale freeway accident.

This multi-vehicle car accident caused the closure of three lanes of traffic on the Ventura Freeway and resulted in serious traffic delays from Monrovia to Burbank. The CHP is still investigating the cause of this Glendale freeway crash. Various witness accounts of the accident and of the aftermath have claimed that the car was overturned after the crash. A person who said she was in another car and witnessed the accident has claimed to have seen the deceased driver swerving before the collision.

It is always important however to look very carefully at witness statements. Sometimes, witnesses can have a bias. Other times, witnesses think that they recall something, but actually remember it quite differently from how it happened.

Any witnesses to the accident are advised to contact the California Highway Patrol to aid in the investigation of the cause of the Glendale accident. The family of the deceased driver should contact a California personal injury lawyer to investigate the cause of the crash and find out if a wrongful death claim can be made. Any other injured drivers or passengers of vehicles involved in the accident should contact an injury lawyer for help with finding medical care to recover from their injuries and for any help with vehicle repairs and dealing with insurance companies, who will do anything possible to avoid paying out a fair amount of money for injury claims.

Car accident injury victims need a personal injury lawyer they can trust. Our personal injury lawyers offer a free consultation to injury victims and give our clients the personal attention they deserve.