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At Least 1 Dies after Truck Crash on Highway 91 and Wilmington Avenue in Compton

Fatal Compton Truck Accident Kills At Least 1 on Highway 91 near Wilmington Avenue

Compton, California (March 23, 2020) – Authorities are investigating a deadly truck accident that left at least one person with fatal injuries on Sunday night in Compton.

According to the CHP officials, a vehicle and a truck collided on Highway 91 near Wilmington Avenue at about 8:55 p.m. March 22.

Firefighters confirmed one fatality due to the crash. The name of the deceased person was not immediately provided awaiting notification of family.

Following the impact, the car reportedly went underneath the truck.

Tow trucks were requested to remove the cars from the crash site.

Further details regarding this collision were not released.

An investigation is ongoing.

Losing a loved unexpectedly is difficult and painful. Whenever you lose a loved one in a tragic incident like a traffic crash, please seek legal assistance. Our wrongful death attorneys will assist you to understand legal rights including your right to fair compensation. Although we cannot fully make up for the immense loss you have suffered, our attorneys will help you ease the burdens you are facing and in helping you get back on your feet.

Truck accident cases tend to be more complicated as compared to other cases such as car accidents and motorcycle accidents. Arin Khodaverdian, the Managing Partner and CEO Alpine Law Group, who is also an experienced truck accident lawyer, says, “When a truck accident occurs, it may seem obvious at first that the truck driver is at fault. However, while the truck driver may be responsible, at least partially, for the accident, other parties may also be liable for the truck crash”. Some of these parties are the trucking company, the person/company responsible for the truck maintenance, the person/company that owns or leases the truck, a third-party driver, and the manufacture of the defective vehicle part,” Arvin explained.

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