Coroner ID’s Jesus Medina as Man Killed in Multi-Vehicle Collision

A Tuesday afternoon collision claimed the life of 39-year-old Jesus Medina in Brentwood, CA. 

The accident occurred around 3:27 p.m. on October 26th in the 11400 block of Brentwood Boulevard. 

According to authorities, three vehicles collided under unclear circumstances. 

Medina was unfortunately pronounced dead at the scene. 

Due to the crash, the lanes were shut down for several hours pending cleanup and investigation. 

Investigators are actively working to determine liability. Those with any information are advised to contact the CHP’s Contra Costa office. 

JT Legal Group sends our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Jesus Medina. 

Multi-vehicle collisions are typically more common in busy intersections or highways. Speeding, weather, distractions, and drowsy or intoxicated driving are main reasons negligent drivers cause these types of wrecks. 

When it comes to filing a claim with this type of collision, it gets difficult. This is because multiple vehicles are involved so determining liability can take much longer. Multi-vehicle collision claims are more complex due to numerous victims, multiple negligent drivers, cross-claims and insufficient insurance. 

If your injuries are caused by the negligence of a third party you may be entitled to compensation. In the event of a death, families may also be entitled to wrongful death benefits.

It is also important to remember that in the state of California a person involved in a car accident who has sustained injuries has to file a claim within two years of the accident. 

If you or a loved one need legal help following an accident, contact JT Legal Group at (888) 529-3111.

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