April 23, 2022 In Local Accidents

Norwalk, CA – Car Crashes into Semi-Truck on 605 Fwy Causing Injuries

Norwalk, CA (April 22, 2022) – A car rear-ended a semi-truck and then got stuck underneath it in Norwalk. The incident happened on the 605 Freeway on Thursday morning, April 21. 

California Highway Patrol and the Los Angeles Fire Department arrived at the scene of the wreck on the 605 Freeway at approximately 1:33 a.m. Thursday. They located the vehicle underneath the semi and reported that the driver was trapped inside. 

Approximately 20 or 30 minutes later, the victim was freed from the wreckage. The driver was then transported to an area hospital with injuries of an unknown magnitude. 

The California Fire Department and the Los Angeles County Fire Department assisted at the scene. The police in Los Angeles continue to investigate. 

We hope for the full recovery of the injured victim. 

California Truck Accidents

Los Angeles, CA - One Hurt When Vehicle Crashes into Semi, Gets Stuck Underneath on 605 Fwy Over 2,900 people sustain injuries throughout California each year due to truck accidents. Commercial vehicles can weigh up to 80,000 pounds, approximately 20 or 30 times larger than the average passenger vehicle. This means that they can cause debilitating and even fatal injuries to victims involved in accidents. Especially when victims are riding in smaller passenger vehicles. 

The emotional, physical and financial strain put on the victims of commercial truck accidents can be overwhelming and frustrating. Victims are often faced with stacking medical bills, lost wages, and expensive vehicle repairs or even replacements. Injured accident victims should always reach out to truck accident lawyers in California when they believe that another driver caused their wreck. Attorneys may be able to help alleviate the financial burdens they face moving forward. 

Truck Crash Lawyers in Norwalk

There are currently over 11 million trucks actively operating in the United States. A large percentage of these trucks are most likely operated by fatigued, overworked drivers who carry dangerous loads. In 2016, around 475,000 commercial truck accidents were reported in the United States. The leading cause of these accidents was reportedly human error. Human error is responsible for over 90% of all auto accidents throughout the US. 

If you or someone you love has recently been injured in a truck accident, a personal injury attorney in Norwalk can help you protect and exercise your legal right toward financial compensation. The attorneys at the Mines Law Firm wholeheartedly believe that injured accident victims should not have to pay for their injuries that resulted from the negligent actions of another driver. 

Contact the trusted legal team at the Mines Law Firm as soon as you can to get in contact with an experienced truck accident lawyer in Norwalk. We work to ensure that our clients are in the best possible position for moving forward. We help them get things they need such as the medical treatment they require for their injuries and rehabilitation. If you have been injured in an accident, and you believe a negligent driver caused your accident, contact our personal injury law firm in Los Angeles at 1-888-700-0093 to see how we can help you.

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