Arnulfo Martinez Garcia Got Killed in a Pedestrian Crash Northeast of Lamont in Bakersfield
Bakersfield, CA (March 31, 2022) – Arnulfo Martinez Garcia (36) was identified as the man who died in a pedestrian accident on South Edison Road near East Panama Lane in Bakersfield. According to KGET, the incident happened at around 11:40 pm on Tuesday (March 22).
Arnulfo Martinez Garcia died after getting hit by a vehicle on South Edison Road in Bakersfield.
According to the California Highway Patrol, a vehicle hit Garcia on South Edison Road. Then, responders arrived at the scene and pronounced him “dead at the scene.”
Garcia’s death is Kern County’s 10th pedestrian fatality of 2022. Authorities share that the coroner will do an examination to get clarity on Garcia’s manner of death.
Jacoby & Meyers does not represent any of the above mentioned parties. Nevertheless, we express our deepest sympathies for the family and friends of Arnulfo Martinez Garcia.
Personal Injury (Wrongful Death) Claims in Bakersfield
In this case, the family members of Arnulfo Martinez Garcia can have the right to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit. However, it can depend on the investigation’s findings. In addition to that, negligence by a person or business can contribute to a crash, which might have resulted in the death of a family member. If that is the case, you may be able to file a wrongful death claim and receive a big settlement.
Indeed, no amount of money will ever make up for the death of a loved one. However, receiving the maximum settlement and winning a judgment can give a sense of justice. Also, it can offer some peace of mind.
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More About Pedestrian Accident Liability
Pedestrians usually get major injuries in pedestrian accidents. Sometimes, they can even cause death. When it comes to liability, it can fall on the pedestrian or driver based on various factors of the crash. Proving liability can become vague or obvious. The process generally involves finding out who acted carelessly, causing the crash. Any Los Angeles personal injury or accident lawyer will tell you that you need to show the following to prove negligence and liability:
- legal responsibility or “duty of care”
- violated or breached the duty of care
- the violation caused the crash
- the violation resulted in injuries or damages
In some cases, the driver might’ve sped down the road, hitting the pedestrian. This can put fault on the driver. Meanwhile, pedestrians can get hit by a car because they acted against traffic signals, such as jaywalking. In these instances, the pedestrian can become at fault. Other factors, such as lack of road markings and ample lighting, can also lead to pedestrian accidents. In these cases, a pedestrian accident lawyer can help look at all angles to determine liability. Learn more about pedestrian accident lawyers in California here. You can also check out these resources about wrongful death attorneys and personal injury lawyers.
Jacoby & Meyers does not represent any of the above-mentioned parties. Nevertheless, we express our deepest sympathies for the family and friends of Arnulfo Martinez Garcia.
Certainly, nothing can relieve the pain of losing a loved one. However, it’s also important to get your rightful compensation to help with recovery. Getting advice and guidance from experienced personal injury attorneys can help you pursue your case. For instance, Jacoby & Meyers has a team of the best lawyers for any car accident, wrongful death, or motorcycle accident cases in California, including Los Angeles, San Jose, and Sacramento. Consulting a lawyer can help you get insight and information about complicated topics, including car accident settlements and more. If you’d like to get professional advice about your case, give us a call today at 888-960-0480 for a free consultation. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you.
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