Massachusetts Man Injured in Pedestrian Accident
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
A cyclist was struck by a vehicle while crossing the street in Arlington,
Massachusetts. The male cyclist was lying in the street with back pain
pedestrian accident occurred. He told police that he was traveling east and did not see the
stop sign and was struck by a 2016 Subaru crossing the intersection. The
Subaru driver told police that they were traveling around 25 miles per
hour when they entered the crosswalk without seeing the cyclist. Police
reported that there were two eyewitnesses that confirmed that the cyclist
did not obey the stop sign. The cyclist was cited for not stopping at
the stop sign and was transported to a local hospital for his injuries.
Often when people hear of pedestrian accidents they automatically think
it’s the driver's fault. That isn’t always the case, though.
However, pedestrian accidents can be very scary and cause serious injuries
and fatalities. There are over 65,000 pedestrian injuries each year, and
that is alarming for those who rely on secondary transportation. It is
necessary for both pedestrians and motorists to pay attention to signals
and road signs and to stay alert to others on or near the roadways. Always
contact a personal injury attorney if you are injured in a pedestrian
accident. A reliable attorney will investigate your accident.
The personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC have more
than a century of experience helping those injured in accidents. Our dedicated
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