At approximately 10:00 am on Sunday August 18, 2016, a collision occurred in Fullerton at the intersection of Kimberly and Acacia Avenue. Authorities continue to investigate, however early reports state that a suburban broad sided a minivan sending the minivan into a railroad crossing arm. Multiple injuries were sustained in the collision, closing Acacia Avenue and six people were transported to UCI Medical Center.
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A major collision can be a frightening and stressful experience for victims. As the injured party should be focused and healing from their injuries, they are often bombarded with calls from insurance companies, mounting medical bills, and a car that needs to be repaired. An experienced personal injury attorney can stop the calls, handle the insurance companies and ensure your car is being fixed so that you can focus on your recovery. The attorneys and staff at Kalfayan Merjanian LLP understand traumatic and painful experience of vehicle collisions and are dedicated to getting our clients on the right track to recovery as soon as possible. Our office has the resources and network to forward all costs and fees associated with your case including medical care; and we don’t get paid unless we win. At Kalfayan Merjanian, we handle every part of your personal injury claim so you can focus on what is most important: getting better.
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