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Maison Law

Ceres, CA — According to KCRA, a single-vehicle accident on Thursday night, July 4, 2024, at the intersection of East Hatch Road and Eastgate Boulevard in Ceres left a man critically injured.

The Ceres Police Department was dispatched to the scene at around 8:25 PM following reports of a high-speed collision. According to police, an SUV driven by a 31-year-old man was traveling westbound at excessive speeds in an apparent attempt to overtake multiple vehicles. The driver lost control of the SUV, causing it to crash and roll over multiple times.

Upon arrival, emergency responders found the driver with major injuries, and he was promptly transported to a nearby hospital. Fortunately, no other injuries were reported in this incident.

The Ceres Police Department continues to investigate the circumstances surrounding the crash and urges anyone with information to come forward. Authorities have yet to determine whether alcohol or drugs played a role in the crash.

Liability in Single-Vehicle Collisions

In certain situations, investigations may uncover that some liability for a single-vehicle collision falls on other drivers nearby or even on unsafe roadway structures. Sorting through these details to help victims and their families secure proper compensation is one of the key services a personal injury attorney offers.

After establishing liability, a personal injury attorney can negotiate with insurance companies on the victim’s behalf. Insurance companies invariably aim to minimize payouts for claims they cannot deny, making legal representation crucial for obtaining fair compensation.

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