Collision With Tree Claims Young Adult

On Sunday, July 5, 2016 a single auto vs tree collision claimed the life of 24-year- old man from Anaheim. Salvador Valdez was driving a Nissan Maxima when his car veered off the road and crashed into a tree on Euclid Street in the city of Fullerton near the Laguna Lake Park Equestrian Center at approximately 7 pm. After the collision, the vehicle caught fire, ultimately killing Mr. Valdez.

Government at the federal, state and local levels, has a duty to design, construct and maintain safe roads. Guardrails, signs, speed bumps, road design and proper road maintenance are all factors that need to be considered any a vehicle collision. The legal team at Kalfayan Merjanian, LLP has the knowledge and experience necessary to investigate all causes of vehicle collisions-including road conditions that can sometimes be a major factor. Furthermore, legal action against government entities can have shortened time periods to bring a claim. Generally speaking, the time limit to bring a claim for damages against a public entity is six months instead of  the traditional two-year statute of limitations period against responsible actors in tort cases. If you have been involved in vehicle collision, it is important to contact an experienced attorney who can evaluate all aspects of your potential case and preserve your rights from every responsible party.

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

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