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Single Truck Crash Backs Up Traffic

A single-car accident caused major delays last week on a California highway. The rollover accident blocked several lanes and delayed traffic during the busy morning hours.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the driver was heading south on a freeway when the rollover occurred. While just one person was injured in the accident, the delay caused by the truck accident caused serious headaches for hundreds of drivers. However, that area of roadway is known for causing delays at this time of year due to holiday shopping so the delay may not have been such a surprise for seasoned drivers.

When you are hurt in a truck accident, you may feel alone and worried about your future. Instead of worrying about your legal options on your own, get professional advice by contacting the Law Offices of Gerald L. Marcus today to set up a time to speak with a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer from our team.

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