Man Injured in Yolo County Two-Vehicle Accident 

Yolo County Two-Vehicle Accident Occurs on Old River Road 

A man suffered a broken leg after being involved in a Yolo County two-vehicle accident on January 9. The collision occurred along Old River Road between the airport and east of Woodland around 5:15 a.m. According to the Elkhorn Fire Protection District, the collision happened when a Toyota driver attempted to turn left into a driveway. 

Driver Hospitalized in Yolo County Two-Vehicle Accident

While turning in, the driver was hit by an SUV, which flipped. The person inside the SUV sustained a broken leg in the accident. Additional passengers refused treatment at a hospital. The driver of the Toyota was uninjured. Authorities are investigating to determine fault in the collision.

Injuries in Two-Vehicle Accidents

Serious injuries caused by automobile accidents often require hospitalization, surgery, recovery periods, and other expenses. Serious injuries also mean that many people are unable to work for a time and cannot earn a living. The lawyer in charge of your case can calculate the financial losses and damages resulting from pain and suffering. If your injury and inability to work are ongoing, the lawyer can calculate future expenses and add them to your compensation claim. 

Conducting the Investigation Into a Yolo County Two-Vehicle Accident

In determining whether the other driver was responsible for the Yolo County two-vehicle accident, the attorney investigates the crash. By doing so, the injured can pursue compensation for their injuries because the lawyer will gather the evidence to support your claim. Investigations may be conducted in the following areas:

  • Police reports: Police accident reports are scrutinized for errors that may prevent injured parties from filing claims. If an error is found, the lawyer can attach a correction that shows the report has a mistake.
  • Surveillance cameras: An examination of surveillance cameras in the area, such as from businesses, homes, and traffic lights, determines whether the accident was recorded. Those video records can be subpoenaed to use as proof of fault.
  • Witnesses: During the investigation, witnesses to the accident are interviewed so it can be confirmed how the intersection collision took place. In some cases, a witness captured the accident on their cell phone as it occurred, which provides compelling evidence.
  • Accident reconstruction: To substantiate the compensation claim, photographs of the accident site are taken, and the accident is reconstructed. Insurance companies and courts widely use this evidence as proof of fault. 

If you are looking for a good injury lawyer, the following advice from accident attorney Ed Smith may be helpful:

Woodland Car Collision Lawyer

I am Ed Smith, a Woodland car collision attorney. Making a claim against another person or entity might be able to compensate you if you suffer injuries through their negligence. If you are injured and want free and friendly advice, please call us at (503) 392-9400 or (800) 404-5400. Our services are available online as well. Our injury lawyers offer a free review of your case at our office or virtually, where you can ask questions and find out the options for you to recover compensation.

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