A school crossing guard in Nashville was injured in a hit-and-run pedestrian accident on Monday morning. The crossing guard was struck near an Antioch elementary school while children were walking to school. According to authorities, the crossing guard only suffered minor injuries. Police say the hit-and-run pedestrian accident occurred at the intersection of Richards Road and Dowdy Drive, just outside the J.E. Moss Elementary School. Authorities say the man injured his knee and was taken to the hospital. Witnesses told police it was a red sedan, possibly a Chevrolet Aveo, driven by an Asian male with black hair. Police are looking for the suspect and say his car may be missing the passenger side mirror that was tore off when he struck the crossing guard. The accident is still under investigation, and anyone with information can call anonymously to Crime Stoppers.
Hit-and-run pedestrian accidents are one of the worst kind of traffic accident that happens on our roadways. Not only is an innocent person seriously injured, but the driver leaves the scene and chooses not to render aid. The attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, are passionate about providing legal support to those who are victims of hit-and-run pedestrian accidents. We accept pedestrian accidents on a contingency fee basis, and you will never make a payment until we’ve won compensation for your claim. When you contact our law offices, we will schedule a free sit down meeting where you will tell us your story, and we will help you understand your legal options. Contact Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, and let us help you obtain the compensation you need to recover after your hit-and-run pedestrian accident.