LOS ANGELES, Sept. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Legal-Bay LLC, The Lawsuit Settlement Funding Company, reports today that the fatal car wreck in Malibu in February of this year that resulted with a 69 year old woman dead from the crash may lead to a misdemeanor manslaughter charge for celebrity Caitlyn Jenner (formerly Bruce Jenner). Jenner is a former Olympian and currently a reality television star. At this time, it is unclear if Caitlyn Jenner will or will not be charged, however, according to NBC News, "investigators determined she was driving too fast, officials and law-enforcement sources said." The four-vehicle chain-reaction car accident occurred February 7th, when Jenner's Cadillac SUV rear-ended the woman's Lexus that had rear-ended another motor vehicle, subsequently killing the female driver of the Lexus "after her car was pushed into the southbound lane of the highway and struck head-on by a Hummer," according to NBC Los Angeles. The L.A. County Sheriff's Department stated that the investigation has been completed by traffic investigators, and the results will be presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney. According to NBC News, the investigation determined that Caitlyn Jenner's speed was a factor in the crash, taking into consideration the condition the traffic was in at that time. Law-enforcement sources have said that based on that criteria, the investigation at hand could possibly lead to a misdemeanor manslaughter charge against celebrity Caitlyn Jenner, however, other factors could potentially counter those charges. Ultimately, the decision as to whether or not any charges will be filed, or if the investigation needs further analysis, will come down to the district attorney's office.
The 69 year old woman who died was Kim Howe, and according to NBC, Howe's stepchildren have filed a lawsuit against Caitlyn Jenner, claiming that she was negligent in her collision with Howe's vehicle, "causing them and other relatives 'great losses'."
Patty Kirby, COO and Head of Client Relations, commented on the recent fatal car crash, "The wrongful death lawsuit filed in the car and truck accident on California's Highway 1, also known as PCH (Pacific Coast Highway), is typical of the accidents that we fund with 24 hour approvals. Our thoughts are with the family of the deceased in this tragic accident involving another celebrity driving high speeds, according to the police reports."
Unfortunately, fatal car accidents such as this one occur, leading to serious personal injury and even wrongful death. Legal-Bay, a law cash advance firm, is committed to assisting victims involved in motor vehicle accidents, including car accidents, truck wrecks, bus accidents, as well as public transportation incidents including MTA bus accidents, FELA train cases, taxi cab or limo accidents, Long Island Railroad or New York City subway accidents, Commercial Airline accidents, and accidents on boats or Staten Island Ferry or Jones Act cases. For more information on Legal-Bay's accident lawsuit funding programs and a list of cases funded, visit: http://lawsuitssettlementfunding.com/accident-lawsuit-loans-and-funding-products.php
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