LA MIRADA, California (June 14, 2017) –A male police deputy and a female civilian collided in a two-vehicle crash at Imperial Highway and la Mirada Boulevard, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
The crash took place about 5:20 p.m. today. The police deputy and the woman were both complaining of pain after the crash and paramedics transported them to a hospital for further evaluation. The vehicles involved were a van and a police patrol car that had front-end damage. The report does not state what led to the crash and liability is under investigation. Police are supposed to have their emergency lights on and a siren deployed if they run through an intersection or are driving at high speeds.
Do You Have a Legal Claim?It’s important that you take immediate steps to protect your legal rights. A collision involving a government employee such as a police officer has a shorter time limit to file an insurance claim compared to a collision that is between private parties. It’s also best to have your own independent investigation to determine liability.
An experienced personal injury lawyer can help with a free consultation at 800-235-6801. Johnson Attorneys Group has been helping clients obtain fair compensation for more than a decade and is a proud supporter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving MADD.
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