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Los Angeles Fatal Car Accidents Lawyer
Los Angeles County ranked #1 of all California counties in the year 2010 for the number of fatal car accidents, with 561 fatalities, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The heavily populated county maintained this statistical lead over many past years, in part due to the large Los Angeles metropolitan area filled with highways and millions of drivers.
Of 2,715 California fatal car accidents in 2010, 1,556 occurred in urban locations.
In 2010, there were 561 fatalities from car accidents in Los Angeles County.
Statewide, 34% of all fatal accidents involved passenger cars.
What Accidents Cause Fatalities?
Many car accidents are caused by drug or alcohol use, inattention, inexperience or excessive speed. Most fatalities occur when parts of the head, neck, chest or spine are tossed with force against objects or pierced by wreckage. There is force applied to the body, skeleton and brain when the car stops suddenly due to a collision but the occupants inside the vehicle continue to move forward at a rapid speed until they also are stopped by hitting the vehicle interior or when they are ejected from the vehicle and collide with objects like trees, bridges or other vehicles.
What Injuries Likely to Occur in an Accident Result in Fatalities?
With a collision, the human body is apt to experience trauma great enough to result in death.
There may be severe bruising, amputation and broken bones.
If there is fire, jagged metal or glass, or if the body is thrown along the pavement, there could be additional cuts, tears, scrapes and other skin and facial damage harmful enough to cause death.
When physical damage is severe, the person may die at the scene.
Decapitation is another occurrence in fatal car accidents.
How Can Mann & Elias Attorneys Help?
At the Mann & Elias Law Firm, fatal car accident attorneys have won hundreds of personal injury cases for Los Angeles clients who have had a loved one killed in California car accidents. Awards are needed to pay for medical expenses, surgery, dental care, nursing home care and rehabilitation treatment. Families who lose a wage earner in fatal car accidents seek compensation for lost income, pain and suffering and wrongful death of their loved one. Insurance coverage does not always cover all accident related damages.
Call Mann & Elias Attorneys Now
If you have lost a loved one in a fatal car accident, call Mann & Elias now to review your case. Our experienced personal injury attorneys will work on your behalf to help you get fair compensation for fatal car accident costs and property damage. Phone the Mann & Elias Law Firm now, at 323-857-9500 for skilled and conscientious legal representation you can depend on.