Male Pedestrian Injured in Crash on Poe Street [Point Loma Heights, CA]

Male Pedestrian Injured in Crash on Poe Street [Point Loma Heights, CA]
Male Pedestrian Injured in Crash on Poe Street [Point Loma Heights, CA]

Police Investigate Auto-Pedestrian Crash on Poe Street in Point Loma Heights

Point Loma Heights, CA (August 25, 2022) – Thursday morning, a 56-year-old man sustained injuries in a crash on Poe Street.

The crash in Point Loma Heights happened at around 6:45 a.m. on August 25.

San Diego Police said the 2020 Jeep SUV hit the pedestrian as he was walking in the middle of the 3700 block of Poe Street, trying to round up his off-leash dog.

EMS took the man to a hospital for treatment of injuries that were serious, but non-life-threatening.

The dog also sustained injuries and was taken to the vet in unknown condition.

No other information is immediately available.

Further investigation is ongoing.


WHAT HAPPENS TO THE PARTIES INVOLVED AFTER THIS CRASH?

Suppose you or a family member is involved in a similar incident. In that case, the next best thing to do is to hire a personal injury lawyer to ensure your rights as a pedestrian is protected. Many of these types of accidents resulted in the other party’s negligence, and if so, you have the right to pursue a personal injury claim.

 WHY DO YOU NEED TO HIRE AN ATTORNEY FROM SWEET LAWYERS?

At Sweet Lawyers, we find and get adequate medical care for you and will help you build a strong case. We will work closely and will make ourselves available for communication to grant you peace of mind. Unlike other firms, we constantly update your status and remind you via phone, email and text.
 
If you are troubled by the same incident reported above, we invite you for a free and confidential consultation with us, and if you can’t come to one of our offices, please call our offices right now at (800) 674-7852. You can also talk to us via our online chat. Don’t worry, our firm doesn’t ask for silly retainer fees. Pay us when we win.

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