Woman, 77, Injured After Car Hits Here in Resale Store
CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. (May 16, 2018) — A 77-year-old woman who was shopping at the Cathedral City Angel View resale store was seriously injured Tuesday when a vehicle crashed into the window and struck her at 67625 E. Palm Canyon Drive, according to Cathedral City police.
The adult male driver, who crashed into the store, was also seriously hurt. Both were taken to a hospital for treatment following the 1:30 p.m. collision.
The Cathedral City police stated that the woman was a customer who was shopping at the store when the man who was parked in front of the store had a medical emergency and blacked out behind the wheel. His foot was depressing the accelerator and caused the collision.
The collision remains under investigation by police.
Help for the Injured
A full investigation into what led to this collision is underway. The driver who caused injuries to this woman may not have intended to cause the crash, but will still be held responsible for her financial losses. The staff at Johnson Attorneys Group has experience with this type of incident. We have provided individuals and families with legal support at difficult times and ensure they are treated fairly and justice is served. We understand that a serious injury is not only painful, but it causes significant financial losses to a family. When you are ready to move forward with a claim, our compassionate attorneys are here to help you obtain full compensation for all your losses.
We must advise you there are time limits to filing a claim and you should wait before you speak to the negligent party’s insurance company until after you have spoken to an attorney. Give our office a call at 855-703-4186 for a free consultation.
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