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Vehicle Hydroplanes, Crashes into Another Vehicle, then Overturns onto Southbound Highway 101

San Diego Car Accident Attorney

BUELLTON, CA – A vehicle overturned after a crash occurred on the southbound Highway 101 freeway, south of Nojoqui Summit at around 7:15 p.m. last night.

According to a report by the CHP, the vehicle apparently hydroplaned on the wet road before crashing into another car. The cause and manner of the collision are still under investigation.

One person involved reportedly suffered from neck pain. Ambulance and emergency crews arrived at the scene in order to assist the victim. The accident remains under investigation.

“Whenever multiple vehicles are involved in a crash it is important to exchange insurance information with all involved parties,” said an attorney from Lexton Law Firm “Police will also gather evidence and conduct interviews with the drivers and witnesses to determine liability for this car accident.”

For roughly 30 years, the legal experts at Lexton Law Firm have represented hundreds of clients injured in serious car accidents and other personal injury incidents. Our legal team has also handled hundreds of wrongful death claims for families of victims killed or injured in accidents. Indeed, the personal injury law firm has a proven track record with more than $100 million in settlements and verdicts. There is no cost to clients until our experienced team of lawyers and legal professionals have won your case. Finding the best attorney can mean you will get the settlement you need to get your life back on track. Compensation for your injuries, loss of wages and pain and suffering can’t take away the trauma of the accident, but it can help you rebuild your life.





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