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Serious accident claims 1 life, leads to 2 injuries

A man has sadly lost his life in a California motor vehicle collision. In addition, two other people have suffered serious injuries. The serious accident occurred in westbound 60 Freeway's carpool lane.

According to authorities, a woman was driving east in the westbound lane at about 3:30 a.m. Although police said they received several reports about her wrong-way driving, they were unable to reach her in time to prevent an accident. She reportedly ended up colliding with a minivan head-on.

The passenger of the van passed away in the collision. Meanwhile, the van's driver suffered extensive injuries. The driver of the car that allegedly caused the accident also suffered intense injuries. The two injured drivers were transported to the hospital for the treatment of their injuries.

In this situation, the grieving loved ones of the man who passed away in the collision may decide to file a wrongful death claim against the female driver, seeking the reimbursement of monetary damages. Likewise, the injured van driver may opt to file a personal injury claim against her. Competent proof of negligence is necessary to establish liability before the civil court hearing the case. Once this happens, claims for damages will be decided.

A successfully fought liability claim following a serious accident may result in monetary damages that might help with covering medical bills and funeral costs. Financial damages may also help with addressing pain and suffering resulting from these types of accidents in California. Monetary compensation cannot undo the events resulting in the collision, but it may help those impacted by it to more easily move on from it.

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