Photo is a screenshot of the
former Assemblyman, Mike Feuer’s
twitter account profile picture which
he uses for campaign purposes only.
As recently reported, Feuer was on his way to the swearing-in ceremony at Galen Center in USC for the new Los Angeles County District Attorney, Jackie Lacey, when his Prius was hit by a Tahoe truck.
Due to the strong impact of the collision, the rescuers were required to use Jaws of Life to pull the former Assemblyman out of his car, according to his spokesperson, John Shallman.
Subsequently, Feuer was transported to the hospital wherein he stayed in the intensive care unit for a day. According to reports, he sustained multiple rib fractures, bruised lung, and spleen laceration. Nevertheless, his condition is said to be stable now. In fact, he is expected to recover soon.
Meanwhile, investigation revealed that the truck that hit Feuer’s car was running a red light when the incident occurred.
Incidentally, Feuer, after his term as California’s 42nd State Assembly District representative ended due to term limits recently, is now running for Los Angeles City Attorney.
Under California State Legislature, Assembly members’ terms are governed by a so-called ‘term limit,’ which limits them to three two-year terms or a total of six years.
Apparently, as a candidate for the Los Angeles City Attorney post, Feuer himself could be greeted with personal injury litigations once he wins his bid, jested by a Los Angeles vehicle accident lawyer. Nevertheless, the same lawyer is grateful that the former assemblyman, now an LA city lawyer candidate, had escaped severe injury from the said vehicle accident.