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August 2013 Archives

Girls get $15M for firefighter dad's death

The family of a California firefighter who died in a 2012 crash will receive a $15 million settlement, according to recent news about the wrongful death case. The money will be set aside for the man's two daughters, who were ages 4 and 7 when their father perished in the fatal accident.

Family gets $5 million for 2009 wrongful death

Filing a civil suit is not always just about receiving money. In one California family's wrongful death suit, the plaintiffs simply wanted the jury and public to understand the pain they experienced when their 20-year-old daughter was killed by a drunk driver. The family recently won the case, receiving an estimated $5.25 million award from a jury in San Bernardino Superior Court.

Suspect arrested in fatal boardwalk crash

California police officers say they have arrested a man accused of causing a fatal accident in Venice Beach. The accident occurred on August 3, leaving one victim dead and at least 11 others injured. One of the victims remains in critical condition.

Driver to be charged in electrocution fatalities

A bizarre fatal accident story this week from California shows one of the more unlikely ways in which drivers can harm others. As one Los Angeles man was speeding down the highway, he crashed into an electrical pole and a fire hydrant. The pool of water thus became electrified and killed two Good Samaritans who had stopped to help the victim.

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