Ryan Brady, Max Perenchio Killed in Crash on Eagle Rock Boulevard

Vehicle Hits Median in Fatal Los Angeles Accident

Los Angeles, CA (November 26, 2020) – Two men were killed in a solo-vehicle crash in Los Angeles. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of November 26 on Eagle Rock Boulevard.

Ryan Brady, 34, and Max Perenchio, 33, were in a vehicle traveling northbound on Eagle Rock Boulevard, near Avenue 36. The vehicle was speeding when it hit a median, rolled over several times and hit a tree. Both men died at the accident scene. Brady was a VP at Atlantic Records and the host of the Take It Away podcast

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Ryan Brady and Max Perenchio.

#Los Angeles


August 6, 2020

2 Injured in Crash at Cherokee Road and Sierra Lane

Motorcycle, Vehicle Collide in Stockton Accident...

June 17, 2020

1 Killed in Head-on Crash at Santa Lucia Canyon and Victory Roads

Michael Culligan Arrested in Fatal Lompoc Accident...

December 30, 2020

2 Injured in Crash on Elk Hills Road

2 Vehicles Collide in Taft 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

January 15, 2021

Critics Allege EPA Risk Assessment Ignored Concerns About Asbestos In Talc

The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) has accused the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of ignoring asbestos in talc.

January 15, 2021

Lawsuit Claims Firefighting Foam Caused Former Firefighter’s Colon Cancer

A lawsuit filed in federal court in South Carolina on January 1 claims that a former firefighter developed colon cancer due to decades of exposure to firefighting foam.