A car accident caused the wrongful death of a former San Diego State University kicker and Escondido High School soccer and football player when his Audi car crashed into a tree on May 10, 2009.
Brian Simnjanovski, 27, was travelling south on Valley Center Road when his car apparently swerved at Vesper Road and got into the car accident. His wrongful death was confirmed at the scene.
Our car accident attorneys know unexpected car crashes can happen all the time and sometimes, drivers can be completely aware of everything on the outside of the car, but a part inside of the car is the problem. In Simnjanovski’s car crash, it is possible a component malfunctioned in the car that caused the car accident.
Simnjanovski was an All-Valley League performer in both football and soccer for Escondido High School and was a punter for the San Diego State Aztecs from 2000-2002. The official cause of the car accident is not known but drunk driving is a consideration.
Our car accident lawyers want to urge all drivers to use safe practices while driving at all times and to make sure that you find the best car insurance policy that you can afford.
Automobile divers should always travel at the rate of the posted speed limit, and when an unexpected object or malfunction causes a car to swerve, drivers should do whatever they can to prevent a car crash that leads to personal injury or wrongful death.
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