Honolulu, HI - Car Accident Ends in Injuries on H1 W near Kaamilo Overpass
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Honolulu, HI – Car Accident Ends in Injuries on H1 W near Kaamilo Overpass

August 8, 2023

Honolulu, HI (August 8, 2023) – An auto accident happened in Honolulu on the night of August 8. At around 11:13 p.m., emergency responders went to the scene of the crash to help those involved and investigate. 

Police and EMTs were dispatched to the area located on the H1 Freeway near the Kaamilo Overpass. One or more injured victims received emergency medical treatment before being taken to local medical centers for further evaluation and care. 

Two vehicles were reportedly involved in the crash that occurred for reasons still under police investigation. The roadway was closed for some time while crews worked to investigate the circumstances of the accident. 

Our thoughts are with everyone involved in this car accident in Honolulu. We hope for the full and fast recovery of those with injuries.

Hawaii Auto Accidents

 When you or a loved one of yours has been hurt in a serious crash, you may be wondering where you can turn for help during the aftermath. You may be suffering in several different ways, including physically, emotionally, and financially. In the US, more than 17,000 auto crashes happen per day, which injure approximately 7,500. Sadly, approximately 100 people end up losing their lives per day in American auto collisions.

Driver negligence is the main contributing factor in the majority of auto accidents in the United States today. Each year, millions of car crashes happen because of drivers who are distracted, fatigued, intoxicated, overtired, or speeding. In the past ten years, driver negligence has become the main cause of the majority of auto collisions in the United States. More crashes are caused by the actions of negligent drivers than car problems and inclement weather combined. Crashes caused by driver negligence are usually more severe than other types of accidents, causing debilitating and sometimes even deadly injuries.

A car accident attorney in Honolulu can help you file a personal injury claim for financial compensation. If you or someone you love suffered injuries because of a negligent driver’s reckless or careless actions, you should call the law office of Leavitt, Yamane, & Soldner as soon as you can. We can help you learn more about your existing legal rights and options during this difficult time. We will do everything in our power to help you recover as quickly and easily as possible. We have provided our injured clients with the compensation they need to get their lives back on track, and we wish to do the same for you.

You may be eligible to collect financial compensation for damages such as medical bills, costs related to vehicle repairs, lost wages, pain, suffering, loss of consortium, and more. Our law firm has been helping injured accident victims recover financial compensation for decades. You owe us nothing upfront, and we only get paid if you do. Call us as soon as you can to learn more about how we can help you recover. Call us at  808-537-2525 to learn more.

Notes: Our team of writers uses secondary sources such as news reports and local and state police incident reports to create these posts. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this particular accident, so if there is any incorrect information, please contact Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner right away so that we can update the post right away to reflect the most accurate information available. 

Disclaimer: This post is not a solicitation for business. The photo used in this post was not taken at the actual accident scene. None of the information in this post is intended to be legal advice or medical advice. If you are injured in an accident, seek medical assistance immediately.

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