4 Separate Minor Injury Crashes on 80 Freeway
FAIRFIELD, Calif. (April 12, 2018) – As many as 12 people were possibly injured Thursday morning after four separate minor-injury collisions involving multiple vehicles on the Interstate 80 Freeway, according to a report by the California Highway Patrol.
The collision was reported to CHP officers about 4:56 a.m. this morning near Texas Street. The report stated a large brake chamber was in the middle lane of the freeway and a gray Acura Integra sedan was on the right shoulder with a white Ford F-350 pickup truck in the center divider.
The report stated that an unknown vehicle had struck the Acura. A tow truck was needed for a Ford F-350 work truck.
One person was hysterical and refusing to cooperate with police at the scene, the report stated.
It’s unknown whether or not anyone was hospitalized, but paramedics were at the scene to help those who reported they were hurt. The collisions remain under investigation to determine liability.
Solano County Car Accident Attorney
A person who has suffered injuries in a collision due to a negligent driver may file a claim to recoup financial losses stemming from a traffic accident. Police will ultimately decide whether or not criminal charges should also be filed against a driver who is responsible. It’s not always so easy, however, to negotiate a fair settlement even when it’s clear you are not at fault. Indeed, the adjusters will do everything they can to minimize your losses and get you to settle for less than what you are owed. The adjusters may also try to blame the victim or hold them partially responsible for what happened.
If you, or your loved one, have been a victim of an auto accident, and you are unsure of what steps to take, we encourage you to call Johnson Attorneys Group to help you. We will guide you every step of the way and bring our expertise to your case. Contact our experienced Solano County, California personal injury attorneys today at 855-703-4186 for a free consultation.
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