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Waipahu, HI – Three-Vehicle Crash With Rollover, Injuries on I-H1 at Waipahu Exit

October 6, 2022

Waipahu, HI (October 06, 2022) – A multi-vehicle rollover crash caused injuries to the people involved on Thursday, October 6th in the Waipahu area of Honolulu. 

According to local reports, at about 12:25 p.m., police responded to the westbound side of Interstate H1 in front of the exit ramp leading to Waipahu for reports of a collision involving three vehicles, one of which overturned during the impact.

Emergency Medical Services was also on the scene. At least one victim was transferred by paramedics to a nearby hospital for medical evaluation and treatment.  

No additional information has been released.

Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

Car Crashes in Hawaii

Waipahu, HI - Three-Vehicle Crash With Rollover, Injuries on I-H1 at Waipahu Exit

Hawaii traffic can be congested anywhere, whether you are going to work, on your way to the North Shore, shopping downtown, or simply sightseeing. Out of all major cities in the United States, Honolulu’s traffic has been ranked as some of the worst, making it dangerous for both visitors and locals to drive.  

If you were injured in a Hawaii car accident, you should speak with a Hawaii car accident lawyer as quickly as possible. Whether a construction zone was poorly marked, someone stopped suddenly in front of you on Interstate H1, or you were just in the wrong place at the wrong time, you need the benefits that come with reputable and skilled legal representation.  

We can help you with your claim no matter what type of vehicle was involved in your accident, including:

  • Trucks, cars, limousines, and SUVs
  • Tour buses and other kinds of public transportation
  • Motorcycles, mopeds, bicycles, and scooters

Hawaii car accidents happen much too frequently. If you sustained a serious injury caused by another driver’s negligence or error, you should enlist the aid of a skilled Honolulu personal injury lawyer. 

An overwhelming percentage of Honolulu car accidents are caused by cell phone use and other forms of driver distraction, driving while intoxicated, and speeding.   

These car accidents often produce injuries such as: 

  • Fractured or broken bones
  • Lacerations
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Burns
  • Amputations

Speak with our personal injury lawyers today by calling (808) 537-2525 to schedule a no-strings-attached appraisal of your probable case to learn what legal options are available.

No matter how painful and difficult your injuries are, you don’t have to deal with them on your own. Our Honolulu car accident lawyers have decades of practice in overseeing these sorts of cases and are ready to walk you step-by-step through the personal injury process. 

You could be eligible to collect financial compensation for various damages such as medical bills and lost income along with remuneration for a permanent disability, ongoing medical care, diminished earning capacity, pain, suffering, and emotional trauma. 

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 information that is incorrect, 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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