Pedestrian Killed In Hacienda Heights Car Accident

March 11, 2010

A 19-year-old man was killed in a Los Angeles car accident after he was struck by a sedan. According to the Pasadena Star News, the sedan was traveling east on Gale Avenue, in Hacienda Heights, when a driver struck the pedestrian. The pedestrian appeared to be jaywalking, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lt. Hiroshi Yokoyama. The pedestrian was transported to Citrus Valley Medical Center where he died.

I offer my deepest condolences to the family and friends of the 19-year-old pedestrian. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers.

In this particular case, it is not clear why the driver hit the pedestrian. Was the driver intoxicated, distracted or driving recklessly at the time? If I were a member of the pedestrian's family I would want to find what caused this car collision.

Car Accident Statistics For Los Angeles

There were 90 deaths and 2,690 injuries in 2007 involving pedestrian accidents in the city of Los Angeles, according to California Highway Patrol's traffic accident statistics. In Los Angeles County as a whole, pedestrian accidents fatally injured 210 and caused 5,095 injuries.

Skilled Los Angeles Car Accident Lawyers

If you or a loved have been seriously injured in a car accident it is well advised that you speak with an experienced Los Angeles personal injury lawyer. A skilled attorney will help you receive a fair settlement for your injuries and damages. The best California personal injury lawyers will offer free consultations to injured accident victims.

The BISNAR|CHASE personal injury law firm is not representing any of the parties mentioned in this article at the time the article was posted. Our information source is cited in the article. If you were involved in this incident or a similar incident and have questions as to your rights and options, call us or another reputable law firm. Do not act solely upon the information provided herein. Get a consultation. The best law firms will provide a free consultation. We provide a free, confidential consultation to not at fault persons named in this article. The free consultation offer extends to family members as well.

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