Pedestrian Injured in Accident in Mobile Home Park
HOMELAND (August 21, 2018)- According to the California Highway Patrol, a pedestrian was injured after being hit by a car at the intersection or cross streets of Silver Palm and Queen Palm drives.
At roughly 7:14 a.m., CHP officials responded to a call notifying them that a pedestrian had been struck by a black vehicle inside a mobile home park.
The victim who has not been ID’d was moderately injured and eventually transported to a local area hospital with unknown injuries.
No details were provided on the driver involved and what exactly transpired leading up to the incident itself.
Authorities remained at the scene for at least an hour investigating, according to the dispatch report.
No additional facts or information has been provided at this time.
Pedestrian Accident Attorney
Based on the details provided so far from the report, it seems as though the driver will likely be held responsible for the collision as it is believed the victim was within the means of a marked crosswalk upon being struck. There are still many unanswered questions, however. Under California law, drivers who are approaching a pedestrian are required to exercise due care and reduce their speed for the safety of the pedestrian.
In such cases where negligence or wrongdoing may have been a factor, the pedestrian victim may be entitled to a personal injury lawsuit following this incident. Personal injury accident victims are entitled to compensation for damages hospital bills and medical expenses, lost work wages due to injury, and pain and suffering
If you would like to speak with our experienced pedestrian injury accident attorneys call to request a free consultation at 855-703-4186.
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