Jogger Samuel Alemayehu Identified in Fatal Pedestrian Accident in San Diego
San Diego, CA (July 7, 2020) – On June 27, 62-year-old Samuel Alemayehu died in a pedestrian accident in San Diego.
Reports said that he was jogging when a vehicle struck him causing major injuries.
Paramedics rushed him to Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla where he was placed in the ICU. However, he was pronounced dead at 11:55 a.m. on July 4th at the hospital.
Police are still investigating the incident.
We at Sweet Lawyers extend our sincere sympathies to the bereaved of Samuel Alemayehu. May you find strength in this time of grief.
How to Deal With Fatal Accidents
While the loss of a dear one is irreversible, it is in the best interest of you and your family to be aware of what to do next. It is crucial that the family of Samuel Alemayehu become aware that they have the right to file a wrongful death suit.
A wrongful death suit allows families to acquire some semblance of justice.
“The aftermath of tragic accidents can make everything difficult for a family. The last thing most families want to deal with is piles of paperwork, questions from insurance companies or defense attorneys, and attempting to obtain police reports. Grieving and handling legal claims don’t exactly go hand in hand, and this is why hiring an experienced attorney can not only provide you with peace of mind that you have a fighter in your corner but also having someone to make sure that your rights are respected and that justice will be served. Having legal representation after such a traumatic event will provide your family the space to heal while ensuring that justice is brought to your loved one,” says Mark Sweet, a seasoned attorney at Sweet Lawyers.
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