Chri Liso, President of Liso Pest Control, Victim in Head-on Crash
LOCATION: Montgomery Creek
DATE OF COLLISION: Thursday, August 30th
September 4, 2018- According to Riverside County News Source, Chris Liso, has been identified as the man killed in a deadly 2-car head-on collision last week on Highway 299.
California Highway Patrol officials responded to the scene of the accident which transpired at 10:01 a.m. precisely.
Chris Liso, the owner of Liso Pest Control, had been driving his company vehicle, a pickup truck, before colliding head-on with a second pickup truck.
The article indicated that one of the vehicles overturned while the other pickup incurred major front-end damage leaving both drivers significantly injured.
According to the report, Liso was in grave condition following the collision as he needed to be extricated from his vehicle via the assistance of the fire department.
Both drivers were eventually transported via air ambulances which flew the victims to trauma centers.
It was confirmed that Liso tragically did not survive and later succumbed to his injuries at the hospital, the article added.
Driver of Second Pickup Truck Badly Injured
Meanwhile, no updates have been provided on the current condition of the other driver who remains unidentified at this time.
CHP officials do not believe there to be any involvement of drugs or alcohol as the investigation into liability is pending.
*The staff members of Johnson Attorneys Group thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their family and friends during such difficult times.
Redding Wrongful Death Attorney
Based on the information provided in the report, there are still many unanswered questions in regards to this collision. A thorough investigation will ensue as authorities will examine photos that were taken of the scene, as well as compiled evidence, will help investigators determine the ultimate cause of the collision. Police officials will examine all potential factors including speed, the possible involvement of alcohol or drugs, or whether or not there were any mechanical issues with either vehicle. The investigation will also consist of looking at measurements of evidence left by the vehicles such as point of impact, final resting positions of each vehicle, skid marks, and gouge marks.
In such cases where negligence or wrongdoing may have been a factor, surviving family members Chris Liso may be entitled to wrongful death against the driver/entity responsible for this collision. Families of wrongful death victims may seek compensation for damages including funeral costs, medical expenses and hospital bills, pain and suffering, and lost future income.
If your family is looking for legal counsel, contact our law firm today at 855-703-4186.
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