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Fatal car accidents, Barona Tribal Enforcement officer guilty

Sadly, fatal car accidents are no anomaly in California. On March 15, 2014, 53 year-old Graciela Bustos was killed in a head-on collision in Ramona California on the Barona Ranch Indian Reservation. A 2007 Ford Expedition crossed over the double yellow line and struck Ms. Bustos' Nissan while she was driving on Wildcat Canyon Road. Ms. Bustos was transported to Sharp Memorial Hospital where she later died from her injuries. The driver of the Expedition was later identified as a Barona Tribal Enforcement Officer, and the Expedition he was driving was a marked Tribal Enforcement vehicle.

Ms. Bustos' family members have a challenging road ahead of them. They have to emotionally cope with the loss of their loved one, and they are forced to confront the financial hardships associated with the death.

The Barona Tribal Officer is responsible to Ms. Bustos' family for the loss of care, comfort, and society that resulted from Ms. Bustos' death. Additionally, there may be others responsible as well.

Often the heirs of the deceased are not aware of how important it is to retain a personal injury attorney promptly after an accident. An Attorney will investigate and determine all sources of recovery to help the victims.

If you or a loved one is hurt, or killed, in a car accident, an experienced attorney can help. At the Law Offices of David P. Beeson we have been representing victims of car accidents for more than 35 years. Visit our website at or call us at 619-233-6078.

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