Pleasanton SUV Strikes Tree, Driver and Two Passengers Injured

Pleasanton SUV Strikes Tree, Driver and Two Passengers Injured

While single vehicle crashes do not necessarily result in as much damage as a multi-vehicle collision, the extent of personal injuries sustained can be just as serious. According to a recent mercurynews.com article, a male motorist crashed his SUV into a tree in Pleasanton. There were a total of three people in the vehicle at the time of the crash, all of whom were transported to Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley for treatment of their injuries. The male motorist was reportedly fleeing from Alameda County sheriff’s deputies before crashing into the tree, and no other vehicles were reported as having been involved in the crash.

Dangerous driving practices never end well. In the event a motorist chooses to operate his or her vehicle recklessly, all other motorists on the road are placed in harm’s way as a result. In the event that a motorist or pedestrian is injured as the result of another motorist’s reckless actions, the injured party is entitled to seek damages from the negligent party. Damages associated with Northern California car accidents can range from compensation for medical expenses, physical therapy fees, and can even represent wages lost as a result of injuries sustained.

At the Northern California personal injury law firm of Caputo & Van Der Walde LLP, our experienced Pleasanton car accident attorneys will examine the circumstances surrounding your injury accident, and will hold negligent motorists and other responsible parties liable for their actions.

For more information about accident victim rights in Pleasanton, don’t hesitate to contact the Pleasanton personal injury attorneys at Caputo & Van Der Walde LLP. Call us today at (800) 900-0863 for a free evaluation of your case.

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