According to Fox 5 San Diego, a dangerous head-on crash caused one individual to be airlifted from the scene.
The driver of a truck crossed a double yellow line and slammed into another vehicle. The driver of that other vehicle sustained severe injuries in the San Diego head-on crash. Once crews were able to remove that individual from the scene, he was immediately airlifted to a nearby hospital.
Just a few weeks after this accident, another San Diego head-on crash claimed the life of one victim and left three others severely injured. That accident, too, happened after one vehicle crossed the road and headed directly into oncoming traffic.
A San Diego head-on crash has the potential to change your life forever in just a few moments. Even with the most advanced safety technology in your vehicle, you can sustain critical injuries that make it difficult for you to get through each day. According to recent research, head injuries in car crashes are a leading cause of fatalities for teens, highlighting just how dangerous these accidents can be.
What makes a head injury more common in a San Diego head-on crash? Being hit by another vehicle is extremely likely to cause your body to be thrown forward and then back again. This sudden process means that your brain can slam into the skull, causing a traumatic brain injury. Traumatic brain injuries can lead to years of medical treatment and lots of challenges in your post-accident life.
If another person’s negligence caused your San Diego head-on crash, you need to be seen by a physician as soon as possible. Head injuries and other injuries can be masked by the adrenaline and shock you go through after a car crash, so you need to be properly tested. You may have grounds for a personal injury claim if another person’s reckless behavior contributed to the accident.
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Michael Pines is a former insurance company attorney who graduated from the University of California Hastings College of the Law in 1987. While he was an insurance attorney, he learned from behind the scenes how insurance companies work and how they decide how much to pay injured people. Now that he works against insurance companies, Michael’s inside knowledge has resulted in significant benefits to his clients injured in car accidents. Learn more about Michael Pines