March 7, 2022 In Local Accidents

Los Angeles, CA – Mario Ramos Morales Loses Life in E-Scooter Crash on Western Ave near Olympic Blvd

Los Angeles, CA (March 7, 2022) – An auto accident reported in the Los Angeles area claimed one man’s life on Saturday morning, March 5. Preliminary reports provided by the Los Angeles Police Department show that 22-year-old Mario Ramos Morales was utilizing an electric scooter while traveling eastbound on Olympic Boulevard at around 2:30 a.m.

For unknown reasons, a northbound Dodge Caravan struck Morales as he passed through the intersection of Western Avenue. The impact of the crash caused Morales to be ejected from his scooter. After landing on the southbound side of the roadway, he was struck by a second vehicle. Morales was dragged approximately 60-feet south on the road before coming to rest in front of a bus stop.

The man sustained severe injuries as a result of the accident. Emergency crews rushed to the scene of the incident to render aid to the victim. However, he was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The police department is currently conducting investigations into the accident.

We would like to offer our warmest condolences to the family of Mario Ramos Morales. Our thoughts are with them during this very difficult time.

Fatal Auto Accidents in California

Los Angeles, CA – Mario Ramos Morales Loses Life in E-Scooter Crash on Western Ave near Olympic BlvdOver the past few years, we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of people who use electric scooters to travel throughout the state of California. The growing number of riders is met with an unfortunate increase in the number of people harmed in crashes with them.

A study of two local emergency departments shows that more than 250 people are hurt in scooter accidents in our state. These incidents often result in severe injuries for victims. Some of the most common injuries we see include:

  • Over 27.7% of victims suffer cuts, sprains, and bruises
  • 2% of victims suffer bone fractures, which can be severe
  • More than 31.7% of victims suffer some type of head trauma

Although helmets can provide some protection to people who utilize e-scooters, less than 4.5% of riders actually utilize them. Not only are people being harmed at an alarming rate, but we also see many families torn apart after losing loved ones in crashes involving e-scooters.

If your loved one has died as a result of a crash with an electric scooter, a Los Angeles wrongful death lawyer may be able to help you get justice.

Los Angeles Wrongful Death Lawyers

The Los Angeles personal injury lawyers at The Mines Law Firm have extensive experience helping families protect their legal rights after losing loved ones in accidents. Our lawyers make the best use of technology to investigate crashes. We review traffic cameras, collect evidence from the scene, and work with experts who can accurately recreate the crash to show critical details surrounding what took place.

If your loved one has lost their life in an accident, you can greatly benefit by having our fearless and skilled lawyers by your side throughout the entire legal process. Feel free to contact our California personal injury law firm by calling 1-888-700-0093 any time, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, to schedule a free case review with our lawyers to discuss your case.

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