On November 28, 2009, the Marin Independent Journal reported a terrible accident regarding a
family of four that died in a car accident. The Maloney family was traveling in their minivan when a
speeding vehicle struck a vehicle stopped for a red light and then slammed into the minivan killing
the entire family.
The Maloneys were killed when they were hit by a Mini Cooper driven by a
19-year-old, as reported by the San Francisco
Chronicle. It is reported that the 19-year old ran a red light going between 70 and 90 miles per
This article is being written so people can appreciate the friends and family they have
in their lives. As far as anyone can tell, the Maloney family was just going home when this accident
happened. This tragedy could happen to anyone. Please remember life is fragile. During the holidays,
there is going to be plenty of Christmas and New Years Eve parties. If you are drinking, please have
a designated driver.
Working as a personal injury
lawyer in Sacramento and San Francisco, I know that often when people have been injured they
don’t know what their first steps should be after and accident. If you or someone you
love has been injured, you should contact an experienced attorney help guide your through the
process of filing a personal injury claim.
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