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Pedestrian Accident Results in Fatality on I-64/40

Pedestrian Accident Results in Fatality on I-64/40

On Friday morning, a pedestrian accident claimed the life of one individual in St. Louis. According to St. Louis police, 53-year-old Jerry Wiggins was walking along westbound Interstate 64/40 when he was struck in the fast lane near Hampton Avenue. Wiggins was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. All lanes were closed for several hours while investigators were tending to the scene of the accident. The driver remained at the scene and is cooperating with the investigation. He claims he attempted to avoid striking Wiggins, but was unsuccessful. The reason he was walking on the Interstate is unknown as well as if there were any citations issued.

Have you suffered injuries or lost a loved one in a pedestrian accident? If so, you could be entitled to compensation for the damages you’ve sustained. Most pedestrian accidents are caused by the negligent driving of a motorist and by filing an accident case, you could hold them accountable for their actions. Many pedestrians struck by vehicles incur physical, financial, and emotional damages. After any accident, those injured should first seek medical attention and once stable, they should soon contact an experienced personal injury attorney. A full investigation into your accident can determine a cause and liability.

The pedestrian accident attorneys at Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC will fight to obtain the justice you deserve for your accident. Our attorneys have handled thousands of accident cases and recovered over $350 million in compensation. We will use our experience and expertise to recover the compensation you deserve for your damages. Contact us today for a free no-obligation consultation.

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