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A trash truck turned right on a red light, striking our client as she was starting to cross in the crosswalk. She sustained significant abrasions, skin lacerations and a broken pelvis.


A large truck sustained a puncture to the saddle tank of the tractor causing fuel to spill onto the freeway. This in turn caused several cars to lose control, one striking our client.



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The Cajon Pass is a small strip of Interstate 15 that travels between the San Bernardino Mountains and the San Gabriel Mountains. The pass is an integral passageway for transporting goods to and from Los Angeles and the Mojave Desert. Railways were built in the late 1800s, and still have a high volume of trains going back and forth through the pass. Today it is a very busy trucking route as well. It is also the main route for travelers heading to Las Vegas.

Particularly dangerous, this stretch of freeway is subject to significant trucking accidents. Large loaded trucks have to negotiate a steep grade, and when traveling over the speed limit, these trucks will frequently cause a collision with a vehicle with devastating results.Wildfires have destroyed the hills which causing temporary closures of the pass. Landslides have also occurred during the rainy seasons, and occasionally, the pass gets snow, all that contribute to a dangerous condition for motorists and truckers.

Possibly the most dangerous factor when driving the pass is the incredible gusts of wind. These tremendous winds can cause quite a challenge, especially when trying to navigate the steep grades. Trucks frequently will sway into other lanes, causing motorists to veer to avoid a collision, but unfortunately they become the victim of a collision with a vehicle in an adjoining lane.

If you have been the victim of a collision in the Cajon pass please consult us immediately. We will assist you in recovering all your damages and enforcing your injury rights.Call us at 1 888 752-7474 or Contact Us Page.

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