Injury in Accident on East 42nd Place
Los Angeles, CA (November 06, 2021)– On Friday, an 11-year-old child suffered injuries in 1248 East 42nd Place pedestrian accident.
The accident happened at about 4:41 p.m. in the Central-Alameda neighborhood.
Officers said the involved driver remained at the scene of the crash.
Right away, responders took the child via ambulance to a hospital.
Always pay attention whenever you are on the road. Do your best to avoid accidents. Also, make sure that you are following the correct driving speed.
Injured in Pedestrian Accident
Despite the additional safety features on newer vehicle models, crash rates in Los Angeles continue to increase, rather than decrease.
As a matter of fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), two out of three motorists will be injured in a traffic accident during their life.
Sad but true, auto accidents are a major public health threat. They are a leading cause of death for individuals ages 5-64.
That is why it is valuable to know what to do if you get involved in a motor vehicle accident.
Meanwhile, here are some of the things that we can do to practice defensive driving and avoid accidents:
-First, always drive at a controllable speed.
-Then, it is also important not to assume you know the other driver’s intention.
– Also, be prepared to positively react to other drivers.
-This one, we should never neglect. Yield at intersections, even if you have right of way.
– Most importantly, stay focused on the road. Removing all distractions such as mobile phone use, unstrapped toddlers, can help us focus on the road.
You don’t need to experience more hardship because of other people’s negligence. Our personal injury attorneys are dedicated to finding the best possible outcome for our clients.
Some people think that hiring a personal injury lawyer means that they will have to appear in court. Yet many clients’ cases settle out-of-court, avoiding the stress and cost of going into trials.
Trust us and we will handle every aspect of your case so that you can focus on the health and well-being of your family.