Monday, October 26, 2009

Driver Who Caused Multi Vehicle Collision Died at UCI Med

The man that caused a multi-vehicle collision the other day died after sustaining serious injuries in the accident.

According to reports, Martin Espinoza, 55, died at about 3:25 a.m. at UCI Medical Center in Orange.

The car accident started when the 1994 Dodge that Ezpinoza was driving failed to stop in time when he was approaching Adams Avenue from Brookhurst Avenue.

He eventually rear-ended a Dodge Caravan that triggered a chain reaction, which ended up damaging 6 vehicles.

The driver of the Dodge Caravan, Paige Beyer, 38, was treated for pain in the arms and legs

Nobody else was injured in the collision.

But what if there were people seriously hurt from the accident, now that the liable party died, can they still file for a personal injury case?

The answer is yes.

It does not matter, because you will actually end up not really going against the liable party but their insurance company.

The insurance company is who you should be worrying about because they are the ones who are actually going to make the payment so they will also be the one who will try to discredit your case.

So alive or dead, the personal injury claim can still continue.

You should consult a personal injury attorney though; insurance companies would have their own legal team to disprove your claim.

The help of an expert attorney should even the odds.