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74 Year- Old Struck in Pedestrian Accident

74 Year- Old Struck in Pedestrian Accident

A 74 year-old woman was injured in a pedestrian accident in Columbus, Nebraska. Authorities reported that a 2011 Toyota Compact Utility vehicle was attempting to back out of a parking space when it struck the victim. The victim looked to have only suffered minor injuries in the accident. She was not transported to the hospital for her injuries. There were no citations issued for the accident.

Each year over 100,000 pedestrians are treated in emergency rooms across the country due to pedestrian accidents. Pedestrians now more than ever need to remain vigilant. Many Americans rely on walking or biking to work and use these as leisure activities as well. Victims of pedestrian accidents can suffer from expensive medical bills and physical limitations. The most important thing that victims of pedestrian accidents can do is to contact a personal injury attorney immediately. A personal injury attorney can be instrumental in helping a victim secure compensation for their injuries. Victims of pedestrian accidents should never hesitate to contact a reputable and proven personal injury attorney.

The personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord and Meyerkord, LLC are based in St. Louis and are experienced with pedestrian accident cases. Our team focuses on each client and their needs while pursuing maximum compensation. We understand that injuries are taxing and we communicate directly with our clients to help ease any stress. Our firm offers free no-obligation consultations to discuss your legal needs. Contact us today to schedule your appointment and let us help you start your stress-free recovery.


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