Lawyer for Valley Glen Starbucks Car Crash July 20, 2017

Starbucks Collision in Valley Glen 7-20-2017

According to the police at the crash four people have suffered minor injuries, and two people were hospitalized after a car crashed into a Valley Glen Starbucks. Authorities in the area reported that the incident occurred after two cars crashed, one of which later veered into the Starbucks. According to the report the car appears to have gone through a planter before it crashed through the front window of the establishment. Four of those injured were treated at the scene, while two others were taken to the hospital having suffered serious injuries. However, the full condition of the injured may not be fully assessed for several days.

If you have suffered physical injuries as a result of the negligent conduct of others you are entitled to monetary compensation for all the damages that you have suffered. If you file a claim you could find some, if not all, of these following expenses compensable:

  • All of you medical and hospitalization costs
  • All of your future medical care and treatment
  • A loss of income and loss of future earnings due to long term recovery or permanent disability due to the accident
  • Compensable economic damages include: loss of property or damaged property.
  • Compensable non-economic damages include: emotional distress, trauma, PTSD resulting from the accident, pain and suffering and anxiety.

If you have suffered any harm due to this accident you may be entitled to substantial financial compensation. Victims can contact our law offices in order to learn more about how to receive compensation for their injuries. Our team of attorneys is committed to being transparent to all of our clients. We believe that the key to successful business is through building a trust with our clientele. Call now and receive a consultation by one of our attorneys 100 percent free of charge.

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