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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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State Route 91 is a frequent location for traffic accidents involving trucks. The 91 freeway is one of the major east-west roadways in Southern California. It is a 59-mile stretch that begins in Gardena and travels east to Riverside. Heading west, it is known as the Artesia Freeway, and going east it is called the Riverside Freeway. Along with the 60 freeway, the Riverside Freeway is essential to travel toward Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

The 91 freeway is used frequently by truckers going in and out of the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach as it connects to both the 710 and 110 freeways. The intersection with the 605 freeway is a spot of frequent traffic and slowing down. As with many Southern California freeways, the 91 has a tremendous amount of traffic during the rush hours. The main cause of this is the large amount of commuters on the roads heading to and from Riverside County.

Because there is limited access to the outlying communities of Riverside, San Bernardino and Corona, the incident of truck accidents is particularly high here with so much traffic. Call us if you were involved in an accident on this important corridor. Call 1 888 752-7474 or Contact Us Page.

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