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UPDATE: Daniel Alfonso Loaiza Acosta, 20, Henry Antonio Maldonado Caballero, 24, Kevin Alexander Arredondo Cabrera, 21, Named in Fatal S Union Ave Crash

Bakersfield, CA – According to KBAK, on Friday, February 23, three Bakersfield men died in a solo-vehicle crash who have been identified by the Kern County Coroner’s Office as 20-year-old Daniel Alfonso Loaiza Acosta, 24-year-old Henry Antonio Maldonado Caballero, and 21-year-old Kevin Alexander Arredondo Cabrera.

Around 6:32 AM, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) received word of the crash off of southbound South Union Avenue, near Lamb Avenue. There they found a 2004 Mazda 6 having impacted with a tree, the front end of the car sheered off, with the three young men deceased. Acosta has been identified as the driver of the vehicle at the time of the crash.

Wrongful Death Claims

Losing a loved one to a vehicular fatality can carry a heavy emotional burden but also an equally heavy financial one in the form of medical expenses, burial costs, and the loss of income to support any dependents of the deceased. Grieving loved ones can be left feeling that have no way to address these expenses except turning to fund-raising sites, but there may be relief available in the compensation provided by making a successful wrongful death claim with the insurance provider of those who bear responsibility.

The insurance that all drivers are required to carry is meant to provide for the harm they cause others whether outside of their vehicle or within it. California law also allows for partial liability that can still offer compensation. A knowledgeable personal injury attorney can help families determine what they may be eligible for and then negotiate with insurance companies to ensure they make the maximum payout possible.

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