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Friday, August 21, 2009
Boston Area Man Hit by Car while Out Walking
A car fatally hit a Boston man out for an early morning walk on Saturday, August 15 while he was attempting to cross a street. The accident happened at about six in the morning. Police are still investigating the man who was responsible.
According to the police report, the man driving the car during the accident traveled onto the sidewalk and struck the pedestrian. After suffering serious injuries, the man was taken to a local Boston Hospital where he later died.
Pedestrian accidents are serious events, which is why you should do everything in your power to avoid them. If you are going for a walk, make sure you wear reflective clothing so drivers can see, stay as far away from the edge of the road as possible, and choose times during the middle of the day to go for a walk so that drivers can see you more easily.
If you’ve been involved in a pedestrian accident, you may be able to recover compensation for your injuries through a personal injury lawsuit. A personal injury lawyer can help you hold the person responsible for your pedestrian accident injuries so you can recover damages to pay for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages.
Please contact an experienced personal injury lawyer near you today to schedule your initial consultation.
posted by Evan Langsted at 3:31 PM
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