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Ontario California Resident Dies in Fatal Crash Near Moreno Valley

SUV Driver Dies in Early Morning Fatal Crash

Truck v. Car Accident

Truck v. Car Accident

ONTARIO CALIFORNIA – In the early morning hours Thursday morning, August 16, 2018, a driver of a Nissan SUV paid the ultimate price when a dairy truck driver turned left in front of him on Gilman Springs Road near Moreno Valley. The deceased in the fatal crash was a 56-year-old man and a resident of Ontario, California, according to the California Highway Patrol.

“The truck driver failed to yield to the approaching Nissan,” a California Highway Patrol press release said. “The Nissan collided with the center of the tank trailer, continued underneath and out the opposite side.”

The driver of the 1997 Nissan Pathfinder was traveling eastbound on Gilman Springs Road when a full tanker truck pulled out of a dairy driveway making a left turn. The truck driver was uninjured. The accident investigation continues according to the CHP.

Fatal Truck v. Car Accident Attorney Offers Help

Wrongful Death Attorney Alexander D. Napolin Esq.

Wrongful Death Attorney Alexander D. Napolin Esq.

According to Ontario car accident attorney Alexander Napolin, “A fatal accident like this causes great heartache to the family of the deceased.” Napolin Law helps victims and their survivors, who are injured or killed by fatal car and truck accidents. Call (909)962-8415 for immediate help.

Seek Legal Remedies in Times of Grief – Facing the wrongful death of a family member is beyond difficult. Grieving is a process and it takes many forms. Beyond grief, the loss of a loved one can leave a family with a significant financial burden. The burden includes funeral costs and loss of support. It may also include the emotional suffering of not having a loved one alive. Some people pass away with the ability to continue to support their family, but many do not. This leaves close loved family members with serious and significant financial issues.

In some instances, family members may have the legal right to collect money. In instances where a person's killing is negligent, California laws exist to help cover the financial burdens and hardship created by their loss. If you have lost a loved one, you need to learn your rights to protect your future.