Car Accidents: Woman Seriously Injured in Honolulu Crash
Honolulu is not only the capital of Hawaii, it is the most economically diverse and by far the largest city in the state. Activity is abundant nearly 24 hours a day, seven days a week in this bustling city. Overcrowding has become a problem in recent years, and traffic jams have become the norm. This constant congestion has produced greater numbers of car accidents. Unfortunately, serious accidents seem to be happening more and more these days.
Recently, a woman was seriously injured in a Honolulu car crash lawyer. The accident involved two vehicles and happened at the intersection of Piikoi and Young Streets. According to witness reports, the driver of a sedan was headed west on Young Street when she was hit by a van that ran the red light at the intersection.
Due to the force of the impact, authorities had to pry the door of the sedan open to extract the driver, reports said. The driver of the sedan was rushed to a nearby hospital in serious condition, according to authorities. Reportedly, two other people involved in the crash refused medical attention.
It is important to always remain focused when behind the wheel. With so many vehicles sharing roads these days, it’s not a matter of if car accidents will happen, but when. Hawaii residents who have suffered injuries or loss due to negligence in a crash could benefit by seeking the services of a legal representative. An experienced lawyer could help victims and families pursue rightful and deserved compensation to help them through this traumatic experience.
For over 25 years, attorney Glenn Honda has helped people injured in accidents throughout Hawai’i get the best outcome for their case, whether it’s maximizing their settlement, or balancing costs and risks vs. putting the whole experience behind them. As the founding attorney of the Recovery Law Center, he is passionate about helping his clients with their physical, emotional and financial recovery. Mr. Honda will fight to get you coverage for your medical bills, lost wages, damaged property and other costs related to your accident.