With all the medications and technology available today, people are expected to live longer than ever before. Tragically, a car accident does not guarantee anyone will survive and can cut short a life no matter what age.
In December, 2009, an 84-year-old Chula Vista woman died as a result of her injuries from a car crash. Shirley Frank experienced several serious personal injuries sustained in an auto accident at the end of the Thanksgiving Weekend.
Our firm’s car accident attorneys are always saddened to hear when someone passes away because of any variety of personal injuries they endured during a car crash. Even though advancements in medical treatments have come a long way, they are not perfect.
Frank traveling along Chula Vista’s 100 block of Third Avenue when the car she was riding in crashed, leaving her in an immense amount of pain and suffering. At her age, any personal injury would cause a person to feel an intense hurt that might evolve into a wrongful death. Frank passed away the next day at UCSD Medical Center in San Diego, where she was taken after her accident.
All of us need to be mindful that there are different types of drivers on the road. Some are young teen drivers who are inexperienced while others are senior citizens who might not be aware of everything happening on the road.
Our car accident attorneys want to remind everyone that the best car insurance policy is knowledge so that we can all look out for each other on the road, hopefully reducing the amount of accidents that cause wrongful deaths on our roads.
Call us now at 1-800-655-6585 or click here for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney and find out how we can help you. We speak English and Spanish, and we look forward to providing advice for your case. No fee if no recovery.