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Multi-Vehicle Crash In Eureka Causes Injuries

Multi-Vehicle Crash In Eureka Causes Injuries

Two drivers suffered injuries during a multi-vehicle crash in Eureka on Monday, November 25, 2019. According to Eureka Police Department (EPD) officers, the crash involved four separate vehicles and happened at an intersection in the Midtown area. Police have stated that what caused the accident remains unclear and that an investigation into the incident is ongoing.

Crash Information

Police indicated that the crash happened close to the intersection of H and Buhne streets and involved a red Chevy pickup truck, a blue Toyota Prius, a black sedan, and a fourth vehicle of unreported make and model. EPD Sgt. Leonard LaFrance told reporters that the pickup truck and Prius traveled off the road and careened into shrubbery outside a nearby apartment building. LaFrance indicated that the other two vehicles were not seriously damaged during the incident.

According to reports, the drivers of the truck and Prius were injured, and multiple ambulances were called to the scene. However, further details on the severity and nature of the drivers’ injuries were not available at the time of reporting.

Intersection Accidents

Accidents happen at intersections at a higher rate than other parts of the road. There are a few key factors that make intersections dangerous. However, the main reason that intersections are dangerous is that drivers need to be aware of traffic traveling in twice as many directions. Because the flow of traffic is more complicated, factors such as distracted driving, DUI, and speeding become even more dangerous at intersections.

In addition to these concerns, many intersections have low visibility, a lack of turn lanes, or another design flaw that can make it difficult for drivers to navigate the road safely. In cases like these, the government entity responsible for maintaining that roadway may share liability for damages caused during accidents. However, crash survivors should be aware that the time-frame for filing injury cases against government entities is drastically shorter than for regular collisions.

Obtaining Fair Compensation

The effects of an injury can be far-reaching, and many crash survivors have to make dramatic changes to their lives in order to recover. In serious cases, collision trauma can even leave people with issues that affect them permanently, such as loss of mobility or chronic pain. Additionally, being injured can also affect your income, and crash survivors frequently need to either take a period of time off work or can no longer continue their careers.

I believe that people who’ve been injured in accidents deserve to be compensated fairly for their personal and financial losses. In order to claim this compensation, it’s critical to get in touch with a Eureka personal injury lawyer as soon as you possibly can. A skilled attorney will be able to begin putting your case together immediately in order to make sure that at-fault parties are held responsible for the damages their negligence has caused.

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I’m Ed Smith, a Eureka personal injury lawyer. Car accidents can leave people in difficult situations. To get free, friendly advice about your legal options after an accident, contact me locally at 707) 564-1900 or toll-free by calling (800) 404-5400.

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