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Fed Ex Truck Crash in Los Alamitos Critically Injures 2

A Fed Ex truck crash in Los Alamitos in Orange County occurred at Katella Avenue and Winner’s Circle, critically injuring two people.  The two victims were in a Dodge Ram pickup truck that collided with a Fed Ex truck.  The two victims were critically injured and transported to UC Irvine Medical Center.  The crash remains under investigation.

Motor vehicle accidents involving a commercial truck require a seasoned injury attorney with extensive trial expertise.  My name is Rivers Morrell, and after more than 40 years of experience in these cases I can tell you that commercial trucking companies like Fed Ex usually carry several layers of insurance backed by attorneys with substantial law firms.  There may be several different sources of recovery in commercial truck accident cases and the losses suffered by those with critical injuries can easily approach 7 figures (more than $1 million).  Critical injuries often result in permanent injuries that will require ongoing medical treatment and care, as well as modifications to the victim’s home and vehicles.

These cases often require a “Life Care Plan” – a detailed analysis of all of the expenses, lost wages, medical costs and ongoing in-home care required for the rest of the life of the victim.  I have personally taken many serious injury cases to trial, including those involving commercial vehicles.  We achieve successful verdicts that provide the resources and financial support necessary to recover from critical injuries, as well as the expenses that will follow.  If you or someone you love has been critically injured in a commercial truck accident I invite you to call for a free and substantial consultation at (949) 305-1400.  Learn about the recommendations of our clients and the legal industry, and our successful track record in these types of cases.

The accident today is still under investigation, and it is unclear which vehicle was responsible for the Fed Ex truck crash in Los Alamitos today.  Our thoughts are with the victims of the accident and their families.

 

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