San Diego Traffic Accident Injures Dog Owner
San Diego, CA (July 21, 2022) – On Wednesday, a 25-year-old woman sustained injuries in a pedestrian accident on 4400 Illinois Street.
At about 9 p.m., the eastbound woman was pulled by her dog into a North Park street.
Unfortunately, a 61-year-old driver in a southbound 2003 BMW Z4 accidentally struck the pedestrian.
The paramedics rushed the victim to a local hospital. They say she sustained a brain bleed, fractures to her left tibia and fibula, and various lacerations and abrasions.
Officers say she sustained life-threatening injuries.
Meanwhile, officers are investigating the San Diego traffic accident.
Also, take a reading of your tire pressure and make sure you maintain the recommended maximum. While at it, take a peek under your vehicle and ensure there are no loose objects or leaks.
Most importantly, stay focused while on the road. Remove all distractions that could cause accidents such as mobile phone use, unstrapped toddlers, etc.
Injured in Traffic Collision
A personal injury occurs when a person suffers any kind of physical, emotional, or psychological injury. The term “personal injury” covers a wide range of cases that occur from car accidents just as what happened in the accident on 4400 Illinois Street, assaults, slip and fall accidents, injuries from defective products or machinery, and more cases.
When the involved individual/ suspect failed to meet their duty of care, unexpected and unnecessary personal injuries can take place.
Damages from a personal injury lawsuit range from emotional trauma, physical and mental disability, pain and suffering, disfigurement, bodily injuries, and a range of financial losses.