Owen, Patterson & Owen to Represent Family Devastated by Truck Driver Who Allegedly Failed to Stop at Intersection.
Los Angeles, CA — Leading law firm Owen, Patterson & Owen has been retained by Antelope Valley College President Dr. Jackie Fisher as a result of a horrific traffic accident which claimed the life of Dr. Fisher’s grandson and left him, wife Carla Fisher and a granddaughter hospitalized with major injuries.
The California Highway Patrol reported that six year old Nickolas Reed was pronounced dead at the scene. His ten year old sister was transported to Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles where she remains in critical condition.
Carla Fisher, the grandmother of the two children additionally suffered a stroke. She is listed in critical condition at the same hospital.
“In thirty years of practice I have never seen a vehicle with this much damage where someone actually survived,” said the family’s attorney Greg Owen, Senior Partner of Owen, Patterson & Owen. “This family, in a single terrible instant, saw the lives of several generations altered forever. And it’s still not over.”
The Fishers were returning from a trip to Bakersfield at the time of the collision, according to a statement from the college. Family members have requested prayer, the statement said.
The accident took place Sunday, April 7th at about 5:30 p.m. at the intersection of Backus Road and Tehachapi Willow Springs Road near Tehachapi. The 12,000 pound dump truck involved allegedly failed to stop for a posted stop sign and collided with the Fisher family’s car.
Their Lexus automobile was destroyed in the crash, with passengers having to be extricated from the wreckage by emergency personnel.
Owen, Patterson & Owen has decades of experience in obtaining large settlements for accident victims:
Cole v. Maida
Head Injury/Motorcycle v. Car
Motorcyclist traveling under speed limit is struck by automobile which failed to stop at a signal
Result: $2.2. Million
73 Year Old Female (name confidential) v. Bus Company (name confidential)
Wrongful Death/Bus v. Car
Bus rear-ends small economy car on freeway. Bus was traveling 64 miles per hour at the moment of impact.
Result: $3.6 Million
Vacio v. Bushman
Wrongful Death/Car v. Car
Plaintiff is killed when driver of SUV crossed into his lane.
Result: Settled for policy limits of $1,050,000.00
Greg Owen can be reached for comment on this case at (661) 799-3899.