Pedestrian Struck and Killed by Vehicle in Sacramento
Sacramento, CA (July 17, 2021) – On Friday, a pedestrian died in an accident on North 12th Street.
The fatal crash happened at around 3 a.m. between B Street and Sunbeam Avenue.
Meanwhile, the authorities are digging into the cause of the accident on North 12th Street, and the involved driver cooperates with the investigation.
Officers did not release further information about the deceased, but they confirmed that he died from his injuries.
We at Sweet Lawyers would like to send our condolences to the loved ones of the deceased in this accident. May you have the strength during this difficult time.
Dealing With Fatal Pedestrian Accidents
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, more individuals are staying at home, whether by preference or under a state-mandated lockdown. As people adjust to unprecedented routines, a classic concept has risen in modern popularity: walking.
Americans, as well as others around the world, have taken it upon themselves to walk outside daily. Taking walks is usually the only time in which people are spending outside.
The increase of foot traffic on local sidewalks, intersections, and roads seems harmless enough. However, this timeless habit can have devastating consequences. Taking walks is becoming increasingly dangerous, leading to a surge of pedestrian accidents annually.
Contact Sweet Lawyers at (800) 674 7852 if you lost a loved one in a pedestrian accident. Having legal representation can help you attain compensation on medical bills, loss of earnings, pain and suffering, and more.
“I think the misconception is that when a loved one passes away, the insurance company and the defendant will automatically admit liability and offer all of the funds available.”
“Insurance companies will try to save money, even if it means not fully compensating a family for the wrongful death of a loved one. When a family retains an attorney immediately, it gives the family time to grieve their loss, and their attorney can start focusing on holding the negligent party accountable.” says Tyler Toomey, a tenured Sweet Lawyers attorney.