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Person Dies in Pedestrian Accident on 105th Street [Scottsdale, AZ]

Person Dies in Pedestrian Accident on 105th Street [Scottsdale, AZ]

Pedestrian Struck and Killed by Vehicle in Accident on 105th Street

 
Scottsdale, AZ (November 6, 2020) – On Thursday, one died in a pedestrian accident on 105th Street and Queens Wreath Lane.
 
The deadly accident happened at around 8:45 a.m. wherein a pedestrian who was hit by a car.
 
Authorities have not yet identified if speed or impairment were factors in the accident. Also, the police have not released the victim’s name as of yet.
 
Meanwhile, authorities closed the traffic on 105th Street, south of McDowell Ranch Road, for the next several hours as they investigate the incident


Sweet Lawyers extends our genuine condolences during this difficult time to the family and friends of the deceased.


The Rights of The Family of the Victim

 
In the accident on State Route 78, the family of the victim must become aware of their rights under the law.
 
Those closest to the victim may have the right to seek compensation for their loss. Some common examples include funeral expenses, medical bills, and what is called “loss of consortium.” Loss of consortium generally means the deprivation of future affection and companionship over an untimely death.
 
“Our goal is to safeguard the legal rights of families in the wake of catastrophic accidents. Although nothing can bring back those dearly departed, we strive to secure the future of our clients, protecting them from further losses,” explains Mark Sweet, a seasoned attorney at Sweet Lawyers.
 
Losing a loved one in a crash is a heavy load. Contact our experienced wrongful death attorneys at Sweet Lawyers. Our seasoned lawyers have varied experience in the field. We will get the justice and compensation you deserve. Contact us at (800) 674 7852. You can also reach us 24 hours a day and 7 days a week by online chat, text message, and email.