One Fatally Struck on Navajo Road
Apple Valley, Ca (November 22 2021)– On Saturday night, a man suffered fatal injuries in a pedestrian accident on Navajo Road.
The accident happened at about 8:30 pm, near the intersection of Ojai Road.
When the officers arrived, they located a white SUV with front end damage and a male pedestrian on the roadway.
Despite life-saving measures, the pedestrian lost his life on the scene.
Moreover, the involved driver remained at the scene and cooperated with the investigation.
The authorities are investigating this fatal crash.
We at Sweet Lawyers extends our condolences to the family and friends of the deceased. Our thoughts are with you during this time of sorrow.
Pedestrian Accidents Can Be Fatal
In a time where an unexpected deadly accident happened to a loved one, we may be left feeling powerless. This is quite common in fatal accidents.
Thus, it is crucial that the loved ones of the deceased become aware that they may file a wrongful death suit. A wrongful death suit allows families to hold parties liable for the irrevocable damages they have caused.
Depending on the scale of events, settlements can be anywhere from several hundred thousand dollars to tens of millions of dollars.
Moreover, according to NHTSA, pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities continue to rise in the United States. As a matter of fact, more pedestrians and cyclists were killed in 2018 than in any year since 1990.
Call Sweet Lawyers now at (800) 674 7852. Indeed, having legal representation can help you attain compensation on medical bills, loss of earnings, future medicals, pain and suffering, and more.
Our lawyers 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.
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.
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