State Trooper Killed in Pedestrian Accident

Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC || 27-Oct-2016

An accident occurred on Tuesday in Wilton when a state trooper was hit by a vehicle around 6:15 in the morning. The accident occurred right after the state trooper got out of his troop car and stepped onto the roadway to go help a driver of an 18-wheeler. He was taken to receive medical attention for his severe injuries, which could potentially be life-threatening. The incident was an accident, and there are no charges expected to be pressed against the driver of the vehicle responsible for the accident.

Handling roadside incidents can be very dangerous, especially on busy roadways such as highways. Every year in the United States, around 5,000 pedestrians are killed and about 60,000 pedestrians are injured. Often times, pedestrians have the right away. However, sometimes drivers of vehicles tend to drive distractedly, which is unsafe and can have detrimental results. Therefore, to avoid accidents, drivers should always be careful and watch for pedestrians.

If you or someone you care about has been involved in a vehicle-pedestrian accident, contact the experienced Saint Louis personal injury attorneys of Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC. Our attorneys will work to provide you with the justice you deserve. With combined legal experience equaling more than 100 years, our team of attorneys have recovered over $300 million dollars for our clients. In addition, our attorneys have a track record of winning tough cases and working tirelessly to ensure the best outcome possible for their clients. To speak with an attorney and have your potential case analyzed, contact Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC today.


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