Pedestrian Hurt in Ventura County Car Accident in Fillmore
FILLMORE, Calif. (Oct. 11, 2018) — A pedestrian was hospitalized Thursday morning after being hit by a vehicle in the 700 block of Highway 126 also known as Ventura Street, according to the Ventura County Star.
The crash was reported about 6:10 a.m. in the westbound lanes. The pedestrian was injured and transported by ambulance to a hospital for treatment of undisclosed injuries.
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office is heading up the investigation and closed down the roadway temporarily.
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The investigation into this collision is underway to determine fault. Police are piecing together evidence and speaking to witnesses to find out what happened to cause this crash.
We extend our prayers to the injured person in hopes of a full recovery.
There are many steps that should be taken following a collision to ensure your legal rights are protected, but this can vary depending on the circumstances. An injured person should seek out immediate and ongoing medical care until they are completely better. If someone has died, a wrongful death claim may be pursued by surviving family members against those responsible and or their insurance companies.
Keep in mind that there are times when a government entity or an employer of an involved motorist that may share responsibility for an accident. All responsible parties can be identified during the investigation.
We hope you are able to get the help you need, but if you would like legal assistance, please call us at 855-703-4186 to request a free consultation.
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