COVID-19 UPDATE: Firm Operations Continue Uninterrupted. Free Virtual Consultations Available. Click Here.

Driver, Unborn Baby Killed in Crash on 710 Freeway Near 405 Freeway

Wrong-Way Driver Causes Fatal Long Beach Accident

Long Beach, CA (August 13, 2020) – An unborn child was killed in a crash in Long Beach. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of August 13 on the 710 Freeway.

A man was driving a Dodge in the wrong direction when he crashed into a GMC Acadia on the 710 Freeway, near the 405 Freeway. The driver of the GMC, a 29-year-old woman, was taken to a local hospital with two broken legs. Her unborn baby died in the crash. The other driver died at the accident scene. 

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

#Long Beach


August 31, 2020

1 Injured in Crash at Highway 199 and S. Fork Road

Motorcycle Involved in Crescent City Accident...

May 18, 2020

Bicyclist Injured in Crash on Foresthill Bridge

Bicycle, Car Collide in Auburn Accident...

July 14, 2020

1 Killed, 1 Injured in Crash at Pond and Melcher Roads

Driver Runs Stop Sign in Fatal McFarland Accident...

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

September 25, 2020

SCE Resolves All Thomas Fire, Montecito Mudslides Subrogation Claims

Southern California Edison announced on Wednesday that it reached a settlement agreement with all holders of insurance subrogation claims in pending Thomas Fire and Montecito Mudslides litigation.

September 24, 2020

A.I.-Based Apps Can Now Produce Car Insurance Claim Estimates In Seconds

Phone apps based on artificial intelligence can now provide car insurance claim estimates in seconds, reducing the need for policyholder/adjuster interaction at the scene of car accidents during the COVID-19 pandemic.