Pedestrian Injured in Crash on Hwy 9

March 29, 2023

Pedestrian Hospitalized After Ben Lomond Crash

Avian Law Group regrets to report yet another case of pedestrian accident in California, this time in Ben Lomond.

According to the KSBW News, a 40-year-old female pedestrian was hospitalized after getting hit by a car on State Route Highway 9.

The incident was reported to have occurred near Mill Street, although it remains unclear whether the victim was in a designated crosswalk or not.

The driver of the vehicle reportedly fled the scene after the accident, leaving the victim with injuries. Law enforcement authorities are currently investigating the case and looking for the hit-and-run driver. The victim is currently receiving medical treatment, and her condition is unknown at this time.

Pedestrian accidents are unfortunately not uncommon in California, and they can lead to devastating consequences. A

s a pedestrian, it’s crucial to take necessary precautions to ensure your safety while walking on the streets. Always use designated crosswalks and obey traffic signals, even if you have the right of way. Keep an eye out for oncoming vehicles and avoid being distracted by your phone or other devices.

If you’re involved in a pedestrian accident or any other type of personal injury case in California, it’s important to seek legal representation as soon as possible.

At Avian Law Group, our team of experienced attorneys has helped numerous clients get the compensation they deserve for their injuries and suffering. We understand the complexities involved in personal injury cases and will work tirelessly to fight for your rights and get you the best possible outcome. We hope incidents like this serve as a reminder to all drivers and pedestrians to exercise caution and be mindful of their surroundings while on California roads. Let’s work together to make our streets safer for everyone.

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