Pedestrian Accident in Bakersfield Injures 10

Bakersfield, CA (October 4, 2018) – A pedestrian crash in Bakersfield has injured 10 people. The accident occurred on the morning of October 4 on Highway 99.

A pedestrian was walking on northbound Highway 99 near Merle Haggard Drive. Oscar Diaz, 29, was driving his Dodge Ram near the pedestrian. Juan Sosa, 37, was behind Diaz and Maria Isabel Armas, 43, was traveling behind Sosa.

The pedestrian walked in front of Diaz and he was unable to stop in time. Diaz braked and swerved, but hit the female pedestrian. This caused a chain-reaction crash between the three vehicles.  

In total, 10 people were injured. The pedestrian suffered major injuries and was airlifted to a local hospital.

The legal team at Nadrich & Cohen hopes that the accident victims make a speedy and full recovery. We know how difficult it can be to recover physically, emotionally and financially from an auto accident. Let us deal with the insurance companies so that you can focus on treating your injuries and making a full recovery. The law firm of Nadrich & Cohen has handled thousands of accident and personal injury claims since our firm was founded in 1990.

We have a team of investigators, lawyers and paralegals who will assist you throughout the process, provide professional representation and get you the compensation that you deserve. If you or a loved one has been injured in any type of motor vehicle accident, contact the personal injury lawyers at Nadrich & Cohen today for a free consultation. There is no pressure to sign with our firm. Let us answer all of your questions and evaluate your case free of charge. Call us at 1-800-718-4658, complete the contact form on this page or use our live chat feature.

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