ACCIDENT NEWS

Troyce Raqueno Killed, 4 Injured in Head-on Crash on Avenue 12


Raqueno, Child Killed in Fatal Madera Accident

Fatal Car Crash, Fatal Accident, Fatal Car Accident

Madera, CA (April 13, 2019) – A teen and a child were killed in a head-on crash in Madera. The accident occurred on the afternoon of April 13 on Avenue 12.

An Audi sedan was traveling east on Avenue 12 when it crossed over into an adjacent lane and hit a Toyota 4-Runner head on.

The driver of the Audi, Troyce Raqueno, 17, was the sole occupant of the vehicle. He died at the accident scene. A child who was a passenger in the Toyota also died at the accident scene. Both were from Madera.

There were four other people inside the Toyota, including the 49-year-old driver, a 32-year-old passenger and two other children. All were taken to a local hospital with unknown injuries.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Troyce Raqueno and the child.

#Madera
#93636

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


August 22, 2019

E- Scooter Insurance Coverage Issues In California

Electric scooters, also called e-scooters, seem like a fun way to get around the city.  After all, they are inexpensive to rent, easy to locate using an app on your phone, and require very little effort to move longer distances.  Rental programs for these e-scooters are popping up in cities across California, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, and others.  Before you rent an electric scooter, there are some things to consider regarding liability and insurance in the event of an e-scooter accident.


August 20, 2019

PG&E Says It Knew Its Lines Could Spark Fires

PG&E Corp acknowledged in July 2019 that it has known for many years that its power lines could fail, sparking wildfires in the process. The acknowledgment came in a federal court filing which had been mandated by U.S. district judge William Alsup, who had ordered PG&E to respond to a Wall Street Journal article on a “paragraph-by-paragraph basis.”

 

We are Personal Injury Lawyers representing accident victims throughout California.
For 30 years, the law firm of Nadrich & Cohen, LLP has helped injury victims
obtain the compensation they deserve.