Pacific Coast Highway Car Accident Kills 1, Injures 6

Early this morning, a one car Pacific Coast Highway car accident caused the death of a 30 year old passenger in the car. Also injured in the one car accident on Pacific Coast Highway were six other people, including a 1 year old baby.

Three of the injury victims of the car accident on PCH suffered critical injuries according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. The car accident critical injuries were to a women aged 27 and 18, as well as to the baby boy. A picture of the wreck on PCH, from the L.A. Times, shows a badly mangled vehicle with massive front end damage.


The injuries to the three other people inside the car at the time of the PCH car accident were reported to be minor. The car accident on Pacific Coast Highway occurred near Temescal Canyon, near 16000 Pacific Coast Highway, which is near Pacific Palisades.

Our personal injury attorneys are very familiar with PCH and unfortunately many car accidents occur on PCH. One cause of the accidents on PCH is that sometimes drivers are distracted by the beautiful views of the beach, and do not pay enough attention to the other cars or turns on the road. Also, many people drive while intoxicated on PCH, which leads to many car accidents.

Our office handles PCH car accident injury cases, including wrongful death car accident cases. If you or a loved one is injured in a Pacific Coast Highway car accident, it is important to have an attorney you can trust, who will fight to get the best financial result possible. We handle car accident injuries in Malibu, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades and throughout the greater Los Angeles area.

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