ACCIDENT NEWS

1 Killed in Pedestrian Crash on 14 Freeway Near Avenue I


Victim Hit by Car in Fatal Lancaster Accident

Pedestrian Fatality

Lancaster, CA (January 15, 2020) – A person was killed in a pedestrian crash in Lancaster. The fatal accident occurred on the evening of January 15 on the 14 Freeway.

A person was crossing the 14 Freeway, near Avenue I, when they were hit by a car. The cause of the crash is unknown. The pedestrian was killed in the accident.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim.

#Lancaster

#95356


December 30, 2019

Man Injured in Pedestrian Crash at Ulric and Dunlop Streets

Victim Hit by Sedan in San Diego Accident...


January 6, 2020

6 Injured in Crash at Alicia Parkway and Jeronimo Road

9 Vehicles Involved in Mission Viejo Accident...


August 9, 2019

Driver Dies After Crashing Into Flower Shop on Las Tunas Drive

Driver Hits Median, Smashes Into Shop in Fatal Arcadia Accident Arcadia, CA (Au...

Free Police Report Request

We offer free consultation. No office visit required, we will get back to you within 24 hours.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

What can we do for you?

  • Answer your legal question.
  • Provide a Free Case Evaluation.
  • Schedule an appointment.

Why Choose Us?

  • Available 24/7
  • Trusted Since 1990
  • Local to You
  • Recovered $350,000,000
  • 5 Star Reviews
  • Free Case Evaluation
  • VIP Service
  • No Win, No Fee

Latest Law Post


February 14, 2020

Purdue Gave Healthcare Software Firm Illegal Kickback To Increase Oxycontin Sales

Court documents show that healthcare software firm Practice Fusion received an illegal $1 million kickback from “an unnamed opioid maker” in exchange for helping the opioid maker sell opioid medications. Reuters recently reported that Oxycontin maker Purdue Pharma is that opioid maker. NPR also reported that Purdue is said opioid maker.


December 30, 2019

E-Cigarette Use Linked To ‘Cobalt Lung’

A case study published in the European Respiratory Journal in December 2019 described a 49-year-old in California who developed hard-metal pneumoconiosis after using e-cigarettes for only six months. The disease is also known as “cobalt lung.” The National Institutes of Health describes the disease as a “rare but serious disease of the lungs associated with inhalational exposure to tungsten or cobalt dust.”