[06-11-2024] San Joaquin County, CA – Possible Minor Injury Reported Following Two-Vehicle Crash in Ripon

[06-11-2024] Possible Minor Injury Reported Following Two-Vehicle Crash in RiponA possible minor injury was reported following a two-vehicle crash in Ripon on Tuesday morning, June 11, 2024.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision occurred at about 7:04 a.m. on northbound Highway 99, near off-ramp for Main Street.

Authorities stated that the crash involved at least two vehicles, and a possible minor injury was reported. As of writing, there is no available information regarding the condition of the victim, and whether they were treated on the scene or transported to a hospital.

Details on the crash were still unclear. The role of alcohol, drugs, and speeding is being investigated. Witnesses are encouraged to come forward and assist with the ongoing investigations.

Additional information on the incident has yet to be released by the officers.

Call Our Respected Car Accident Lawyers in Ripon, San Joaquin County

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Ask one of our personal injury attorneys, under the supervision of Arash Khorsandi, Esq., for advice regarding your car accident case.

Get a free consultation with our respected San Joaquin County car accident lawyers, who will review your case, discuss the next steps, and examine all the variables that could affect the settlement amount. Additionally, they can assist you if obtaining further information or a police report proves challenging.

Our legal team has well-established careers and accolades for advocating for accident victims. The clients we have worked with have been awarded compensation totaling more than $500 Million.

If you want to speak with one of our personal injury lawyers, please call (888) 488-1391 or fill out the “Do I Have a Case?” form.

arash law - free police report - desktop 2

What To Do After a San Joaquin County Car Accident

No one can predict a car crash or collision, but you can prepare for one. Having a car accident checklist in your glove box can help you stay calm and organized after a car crash. It can tell you what to do, what not to do, and how best to protect your rights. You aren’t alone after a severe collision.

Whether you are the injured victim or the family of a deceased loved one, here’s what to do after a car accident:

  1. Stay Calm – Stay on the scene and make sure everyone is okay. Check yourself for injuries first, and then check others. Remain calm, and do not admit fault.
  2. Get to a Safe Location – Move vehicles to the side of the road if you can. Put your emergency flashers on to warn motorists about the accident. Get somewhere safe to wait for the police.
  3. Call 911 – Call the police to report your accident. Unless your crash was very minor, with no injuries or property damage, you should call the cops. Police can document the incident, gather information, and make it part of an official record.
  4. Exchange Information – Swap names, phone numbers, and insurance information with the other driver(s) involved in the accident. If possible, take photos of the vehicles, license plates, and other vital details.
  5. Do Not Admit Fault – This is one of the common mistakes people tend to make following any vehicular accident. Stick only to the facts of what happened when speaking with a police officer, but never admit fault or say “sorry.” Nevertheless, be as detailed as possible in your description of the collision.
  6. Seek Medical Attention – Go to the hospital or your primary doctor as soon as possible. Immediate medical care can help reduce the damage you suffer from injuries. Tests and scans can identify internal injuries that may not show symptoms yet.
  7. Report to Your Insurance Company – Most insurers have time limits for how soon you must report an accident in California. Call quickly and follow the agent’s directions for reporting your crash.
  8. Speak to Insurance Adjusters – As soon as the day of your accident, you may receive a phone call from the other party’s insurance company. You may speak to the claims adjuster, but do not give away any more information than is necessary. Do not record a statement or accept an insurance settlement offer until you speak to an attorney.
  9. Create a File – Keep accident-related documents together and organized. Your file should include a copy of the police report, medical bills, the other driver’s information, injury treatment plans, and any other documents you’ve collected regarding the incident.
  10. Call Our Car Accident Lawyers – When in doubt, give us a call at (888) 488-1391. We offer free consultations so you can discuss your car crash without risk or obligation. We can determine whether your case has merit, help you talk to insurance companies, and assist you in filing a personal injury claim if necessary. Our California car accident lawyers are here for you. Our team answers the questions and concerns of many victims.

I HAD AN ACCIDENT

Car Accident Statistics

Based on data released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in 2021, motor vehicle accidents accounted for 21% of the total preventable injury-related deaths in the US. Approximately 19,515 deaths involving traffic crashes were recorded from January to June 2023, which is 3.3% less than the total 20,190 deaths reported in the first half of 2022.

For the first half of 2023, the NHTSA recorded 2,061 fatalities in California due to motor vehicle accidents. The state had a total of 160,819 fatal and injury crashes in the previous year.

In San Joaquin County, 4,111 crashes either resulted in injuries or fatalities, according to data from the Transportation Injury Mapping System in 2023.

Related News
Request a Free Police Report
Check More From Our Award-Winning Law Firm
Suggest a Correction

REQUEST A POLICE REPORT

Thank You, We’ll contact you shortly.