17-year-old Boy Injured in Seattle Fatal Crash
Seattle, WA (October 25, 2021) – On Monday, a 38-year-old man died and a 17-year-old boy suffered injuries in Corliss Avenue North hit-and-run crash.
The authorities responded to the crash scene minutes before 2 a.m. in the 8000 block area.
When the officers arrived, they found a 38-year-old man dead at the scene.
AThe rescuers took the 17-year-old boy sustained injuries to Harborview Medical Center.
A witness told the police that a white Ford F-150 pickup driver struck two people.
The witness also said that the driver immediately fled eastbound on North 80th Street.
Moreover, officers said they found a rideshare scooter near the accident scene. However, they have not yet determined if it was used by anyone involved in the incident.
Sweet Lawyers would like to express our sincere condolences to the family and community of the deceased in the Corliss Avenue North hit-and-run crash. Our thoughts are with you during this painful time.
Man Killed in Hit-and-Run Crash
Furthermore, as more people quarantine and limit their time outside to small walks around the neighborhood, taking strolls outdoors is becoming a common trend.
In effect, there is an increase in accidents involving individuals.
A pedestrian accident occurs when someone who is not in a vehicle is injured or killed by someone in a vehicle crashing into them.
Some of the common causes of pedestrian accidents are vehicles failing to stop or yield and pedestrians ignoring crosswalk signals.
Meanwhile, when you lost a loved one in a deadly pedestrian accident, call us.
Hiring our attorneys as your legal representative can help you attain possible compensation on medical bills, loss of earnings, pain, suffering, loss of consortium, and more.
Our litigators will work on your behalf to hold the responsible party accountable for their failure to follow traffic laws, resulting in the untimely death of your loved one.
Our legal attorneys will exhaust their best to ensure you get the maximum settlement. Indeed, they will speak to witnesses, analyze evidence, and obtain important data that will help your case.