It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Robert Eiichi Teruya, an 86-year-old Hawaiian man from Honolulu, in a multi-vehicle crash on the Interstate 15 Freeway in San Diego. The accident occurred early in the morning on August 19th, and the news of this tragedy has devastated our community.
The details surrounding the crash are still being investigated, but according to the San Diego Medical Examiner, it occurred at approximately 4:30 a.m. Our hearts go out to Mr. Teruya’s family and friends during this difficult time of grief and loss.
Avian Law Group, a firm dedicated to assisting those affected by accidents like these, would like to extend our deepest condolences to the Teruya family. Losing a loved one is never easy, and we understand the pain and hardship that follows such a tragic event.
During this time of mourning, it is important for the Teruya family to focus on healing and finding closure. Our experienced attorneys at Avian Law Group are here to provide the legal support and guidance needed to navigate through the complexities of the aftermath.
We urge anyone who may have witnessed the accident or has any information related to the crash to come forward and assist the authorities in their investigation. By working together, we can help bring justice to Mr. Teruya’s memory and bring closure to his loved ones.
At Avian Law Group, we firmly believe in fighting for the rights of those affected by such accidents. Our team of dedicated personal injury attorneys is committed to ensuring that the rights of the victims and their families are protected.
If you or someone you know has been involved in a car accident, it is important to seek legal representation as soon as possible. Our compassionate team of attorneys at Avian Law Group is available to provide a free consultation and review the details of your case.
The loss of Robert Eiichi Teruya is a tragic reminder of the importance of road safety and the need for responsible driving. Together, we can work towards creating safer communities for all.