Car v. Traffic Signal Results in Fatality and Injury

On July 15, 2016, at approximately 7:30 am a vehicle collided with a traffic signal at Gilbert Street and Hughes Drive in the City of Fullerton.  A man was driving a Saturn sedan when his vehicle collided with a traffic signal Friday morning.  The driver and passenger were rushed to UCI Medical Center where the driver was pronounced dead and the passenger was treated for injuries.

Successful resolution of single vehicle collisions with multiple injuries requires a proficient understanding of the rights and obligations of drivers and passengers.  Drivers and passangers have a right to safe road design, construction and maintenance.  At the same time, drivers have an obligation to their passengers to drive safely.  Additionally, successful resolution of single vehicle cases requires a complete understanding of how these rights and obligations translate into insurance coverage for the driver, passenger and potential liability against those responsible for providing safe roads. The attorneys at Kalfayan Merjanian, LLP have the experience to navigate through these types of cases where liability is unclear.  Furthermore, the Kalfayan Merjanian team has the resources to investigate every potential cause of a catastrophic injury and provide a comprehensive strategy to make victims and their families whole.

Kalfayan Merjanian has combined legal experience worth decades among its attorneys and support staff and has achieved recoveries in the billions of dollars across all of its practice areas.

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