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10 April 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

VISALIA ACCIDENT: 4 Injured in 3-Car Crash on Highway 43

Minor Injuries Reported in Visalia Accident Today

VISALIA, California (April 9, 2014) —    Four people suffered minor injuries Thursday morning in a 3-vehicle crash on the State Route 43 Highway near Avenue 88, according to a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.

About 6:07 a.m., CHP officers responded to the collision along with emergency workers from the Tulare County Fire Department. The report did not indicate whether anyone was hospitalized, but paramedics responded to treat those who were hurt.

“Fortunately there were no serious injuries, however, often soft-tissue injuries to the neck, back and other parts of the body may take a day or so to present themselves,” said Attorney James Johnson. “It’s important to see a doctor immediately and begin treatment when necessary.”

Police are investigating the crash to determine liability and will issue a report within about a week to 30 days.

Find out how to proceed with a legal claim against a negligent driver by contacting Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-216-3668.

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