Bicyclist Seriously Injured, Struck by Car on South Grady Way
Renton, WA (February 26, 2021) – On Thursday, a bicyclist was seriously injured after being struck by a car on South Grady Way.
The Washington accident took place at the intersection with Rainier Avenue South.
Rescuers immediately took the victim of the bicycle crash to Harborview Medical Center for treatment.
Furthermore, officers said the driver was not impaired or at fault.
Meanwhile, officers closed Rainier Avenue in both directions near the scene. They also closed the westbound lane of Grady Avenue.
Officers reopened the Renton road before 8:50 p.m.
Always follow the recommended driving speed.
Dealing With Auto Accidents
Roadways, while scrupulously created and mapped for efficient travel, are one of the most dangerous settings.
Thus, it is crucial that everyone remain calm in order to properly handle the immediate aftermath of an automobile collision.
Here are the things that we need to do in case of a vehicle accident:
Before anything else, seek medical attention if you have been hurt.
Then, get to a safe place to prevent further damage or injury.
Also, collect as much information as possible: insurance and contact information of people involved in the accident, pictures/videos of vehicles involved, etc.
Do not forget to file a police report or incident report by calling 911.
Finally, hire an experienced personal injury attorney from Sweet Lawyers.
The most valuable step you can take in response to a vehicle crash is hiring a personal injury attorney. Mark Sweet, a personal injury attorney at Sweet Lawyers, says that serious car accident cases may call for a separate investigation spearheaded by an experienced lawyer fighting on behalf of the injured party.
Come to Sweet Lawyers. Call our offices now at (800) 674-7854 and let us help you deal with your case. You can also reach us by email and talk through our live online chat. Don’t worry, your consultation is free and confidential. Above all, we do not ask for any silly retainer fees. Pay us when we win.