By: The Barnes Firm - April 16, 2023
Pacific Palisades, CA – On Saturday, April 15, 2023, a multi-vehicle crash occurred in Pacific Palisades, resulting in seven people being injured. Emergency crews were quickly dispatched to the scene on the 148000 block of West Pacific Coast Highway just before 9 p.m., as reported by the Los Angeles Fire Department. The collision involved at least five vehicles, leaving several victims injured, with two of them being transported to the hospital in critical condition.
The accident caused significant damage, with multiple vehicles being destroyed and debris strewn across the highway. The traffic in the area was heavily impacted, with the narrow road being backed up. The identities of the victims have not yet been released, as the investigation into the cause of the accident continues.
On average, there are over 200,000 car accidents that result in injury each year in California. In this accident, those injured, and their families should have their investigative team evaluate all aspects surrounding the collision. This includes reviewing:
In a violent, multi-vehicle car crash, victims can be left with extensive injuries including:
As one of America’s largest injury law firms, The Barnes Firm has helped clients injured in car accidents get the best result possible in over 60,000 cases and have found some common causes of car accidents include:
If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, contact an experienced car accident attorney at The Barnes Firm today. From the first phone conversation through to the final settlement, the team of attorneys at The Barnes Firm will work hard for you every step of the way.
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