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Shafter Man Tabass Zebadee Grandison-Mendoza, 51, Killed in Crash with Tree on East Lerdo Hwy in Bakersfield

Bakersfield, CA – According to KBAK, on April 12, 2024, 51-year-old Tabass Zebadee Grandison-Mendoza of Shafter lost his life in a fatal accident. The Kern County Coroner’s Office confirmed his identity following a single-vehicle crash on East Lerdo Highway.

Reports indicate that around 2:01 AM that morning, Grandison-Mendoza was driving westbound on East Lerdo Highway, near North Cherry Avenue in Shafter, when his vehicle veered off the roadway and collided with a tree. Despite immediate medical attention, he succumbed to his injuries at the scene.

Wrongful Death in Single-Vehicle Collisions

Investigations into single-vehicle accidents can sometimes reveal that external factors hold liability, at least in part, for the driver losing control of their vehicle. To determine if this is the case, grieving families can seek the assistance of a knowledgeable personal injury attorney who can examine the evidence of an accident and seek compensation on their behalf.

While no amount of money can bring back those we love who lose their lives in a vehicular accident, their sudden and unexpected death can sometimes come with costs that add financial burdens on top of the burden of grief. A Wrongful Death Claim provides a way for victim’s families to receive compensation which can go toward medical expenses, burial costs, and the loss of income to support any dependents of the deceased.

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