Joshua Tree, California (November 12, 2019) – Three people were injured in a car accident in Joshua Tree,
San Bernardino, on Monday afternoon.
According to a local news source, the accident happened at about 1:225 p.m. November 11, on Highway 62 near Rotary Way and Copper Mountain College.
The California Highway Patrol said 26-year-old
James Peabody was driving a Pontiac Sunfire eastbound on the roadway and
crashed into a guardrail for unknown reasons.
The impact of the collision propelled the
Pontiac into the westbound lanes where it collided with a Nissan Sentra driven
by 24-year-old Alejandro Medina.
The Pontiac then collided with a Dodge Ram
driven by Dakota Drazkowski.
The impact of the collision caused the Nissan
to and the Dodge to roll over off the roadway.
All three drivers were injured in the accident
and were taken to Desert Hospital in Palm Springs.
No further information was provided.
An investigation into the crash is ongoing.
Wrongful death and personal injury attorney Arin Khodaverdian, President and Managing Partner of Alpine Law Group, urges accidents victims and their families to immediately seek legal assistance. “Those who are affected by tragedy have rights, but they must act quickly in order to preserve those rights to the full extent of the law. Often, swift action by an experienced attorney is imperative in order to preserve evidence, interview witnesses and immediately begin pursuing any and all responsible parties.”
While Mr. Khodaverdian does not represent any of the parties involved in this incident, he has recovered over $100 million for thousands of injury victims and their families. “In one case, we were able to recover a 7-figure settlement within 11 business days of being hired by the family of a victim killed by a negligent driver. While this result is atypical and does not predict future outcomes, justice in this case help bring about closure and a swift sense of justice for the family.”
Mr. Khodaverdian is personally available for free consultations 24/7 by calling 800-984-4123.