26-Year-Old Christopher Goldman Killed in Long Beach Car Crash at Atlantic Avenue and Rhea Street
Long Beach, California (May 6, 2020) – Authorities have released the name of the Long Beach victim who died after a 2008 Lexus ES350 hit a 1999 Toyota Camry in Long Beach at around 10:00 a.m. May 5.
The Camry driver, 26-year-old Christopher Goldman, was making a left turn from eastbound Rhea Street to northbound Atlantic Avenue when his vehicle was struck by the southbound Lexus operated by a 42-year-old man.
Goldman, who was pinned in the wreckage, was pronounced dead at the crash site.
Officials did not believe the Lexus operator was intoxicated during the time of the collision.
The accident remains under an active investigation. Anyone with possible additional information about the crash is urged to contact the police at 562-570-7355 or 911.
We offer our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Christopher Goldman . It is extremely difficult to lose a loved one, especially when it happens unexpectedly.
If your loved one died and you believe someone else was at fault, we encourage you to contact our legal team for a free, confidential consultation. Our legal team can help you understand your legal rights.
When a fatal accident is caused by a person or entity’s negligence, the resulting death is considered “wrongful” in the eyes of the law. The surviving family members have legal rights for a wrongful death claim.
Arin Khodaverdian, the Managing Partner and CEO of Alpine Law Group, advises surviving family members to “talk to a wrongful death attorney as soon as possible to understand your legal options and take action aimed at securing the maximum compensation.”
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