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Thousand Oaks, CA – KEYT reports that an accident in Thousand Oaks on Friday night, June 14, 2024, has resulted in the death of a 21-year-old motorcyclist.

According to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office (VCSO), the collision occurred around 11:06 PM. Officers from the Thousand Oaks Traffic Bureau responded swiftly to the scene. Despite life-saving efforts performed by paramedics, the young man succumbed to his injuries at Los Robles Hospital.

The driver of the car involved in the accident sustained minor injuries and was treated and released, as reported by the VCSO.

This incident underscores the inherent risks faced by motorcyclists on California roads. The VCSO continues to investigate the circumstances surrounding the crash.

Wrongful Death Claims

Whether or not a collision results in criminal charges for any of those involved, families who have lost a loved one in a fatal collision may be able to file a Wrongful Death claim with the insurance provider of the at-fault driver.

The compensation provided by a Wrongful Death claim can relieve the financial burdens created by medical expenses, burial costs, and the loss of income needed to support the deceased’s dependents.

Insurance companies will work to reduce any claim they cannot deny. This is where the help of a knowledgeable personal injury attorney proves invaluable, negotiating on behalf of victims and their families to ensure they receive proper compensation.

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