Hispanic Male Adult Struck and Killed in Pedestrian Accident on Interstate 215
San Bernardino, CA (October 22, 2020) – On Thursday, a Hispanic male adult died in a pedestrian accident on Interstate 215
The accident happened at 6:50 p.m. when a vehicle traveling northbound near Orange Show Road struck the victim.
The authorities pronounced the man dead at the scene.
Meanwhile, the authorities withheld the man’s identification pending notification to next of kin.
Further, the California Highway Patrol Inland Division is investigating the incident.
Sweet Lawyers express its sincere sympathies to the family and friends of the deceased. May you find strength during this difficult time.
What’s Next After a Fatal Pedestrian Accident
It is clear now more than ever that one person’s negligence can have devastating effects on other individuals. This is quite common in accidents that result in death. Therefore, the family of the victim must become aware that they have the authority to file a wrongful death suit.
Indeed, a wrongful death suit forces liable parties to become accountable for their actions.
“The last thing most families want to deal with is piles of paperwork. Even questions from insurance companies and obtaining police reports can be stressful,” says Mark Sweet, an attorney at Sweet Lawyers.
Turning to an experienced attorney can provide you with peace of mind. By hiring representation, you will also have someone make sure that your rights are respected and that justice will be served.
Losing a loved one can be distressing for your family and those involved, to say the least. You may have a chance to obtain justice and the means needed to cover unexpected monetary, physical, and emotional damages. With 40 years of practice, Sweet Lawyers is confident that we can tackle your wrongful death lawsuit and help you recover. Our lawyers are here to guide you during your legal battle. We will help you acquire the justice and compensation needed to cover any financial hardships. Reach out to us to discuss your wrongful death cases. For a free case evaluation, call (800) 674 7852.