Clayton County, GA – Fatal Pedestrian Accident Shuts Down Portion of Highway 138
Clayton County, GA (December 21, 2022) – Officials from Clayton County requested on Wednesday, December 21 that motorists steer clear of the area around Highway 138 and Chase Wood Road.
This request was made because a vehicle-pedestrian accident with a fatality had occurred shutting down that stretch of the road.
No more details regarding the injuries or number of victims has been reveled.
Additional information and details into this incident are still pending.
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Pedestrian Accidents in Georgia
Accidents involving pedestrians pose a significant danger. They are typically more serious than other types of accidents because a car can cause significant damage to an unprotected person even when the car is moving slowly. This makes pedestrian accidents more likely to result in fatalities. Nearly all accidents involving pedestrians result in injuries, and a significant number of them result in wrongful deaths.
Collisions involving pedestrians are investigated and handled in the same manner as collisions involving motor vehicles. Accident victims and their family members have the legal right to pursue financial compensation for any losses that were incurred as a direct result of the accident that they were involved in.
Despite the fact that they typically have the right of way, pedestrians are occasionally held accountable for accidents. Even if they sustained severe injuries as a result of the collision, pedestrians who cross the street illegally, unexpectedly, and without warning may be partially or entirely at fault for the collision.
If it is determined that the pedestrian was the one who caused the accident, the driver of the car may be entitled to compensation for the costs that he or she incurred as a result of the accident, such as the cost of having the car repaired.
Whenever there is a collision between a pedestrian and a vehicle, it is typically determined that the driver of the vehicle was at least partially responsible for the collision. This is due to the fact that motorists have a responsibility to keep an eye out for pedestrians and to make way for them whenever it is required.
If you or a loved one have been involved in any kind of pedestrian accident, regardless of whether you were the pedestrian or the driver, you should get in touch with a reputable Personal Injury Lawyer as soon as possible to discuss the legal options available to you.
At The Brown Firm, we have a team of experienced Pedestrian Accident Attorneys who have a proven track record in their respective fields. These attorneys have been successful in representing clients in the past. When you get in touch with our legal practice, we immediately set up a no-cost consultation for you with one of our attorneys so that we can learn more about your situation and figure out how we can help you recover the compensation you deserve.
Call us at (800) 529-1441 to schedule a free consultation with one of our seasoned attorneys if you or a loved one has been harmed as a result of the careless actions of another person.
Note: This post was built using information obtained from third parties, such as news articles and accounts provided by third parties with first-hand knowledge. The information on this accident has not been independently verified. If you discover any inaccuracies in the details, please let us know as soon as possible. We will modify the post so that it contains accurate information.
Disclaimer: At The Brown Firm, we are continuously working to improve the quality and safety of our state and have been devastated by the consequence of many accidents. We seek to educate people in our community about these accidents in the hopes that it would encourage them to take precautions in the future to reduce the risk of major accidents. These posts should not be interpreted in any way that suggests that a business transaction is being sought. No part of this article should ever be considered professional advice in any field, including medicine or the law. We hope that those affected by these accidents will receive a rapid recovery.
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