Concord, CA – Concord Pedestrian Accident at Intersection Area
Concord, CA (September 18, 2018) – An 83-year-old woman was injured in a Concord pedestrian accident that took place at Clayton and Wharton. The accident happened Friday, September 14.
Police said that the woman was seriously injured in the accident on Friday afternoon around 4:30 p.m. The 83-year-old, whose name has not yet been released, was suddenly struck by a vehicle when she was crossing the street.
The male driver of the involved vehicle said that he was attempting to pull onto Clayton Road when he was exiting a driveway, which is when he struck the elderly pedestrian when she was leaving the sidewalk. Paramedics came to the scene and found the 83-year-old with major injuries. She has since been listed in stable condition due to her injuries.
The motorist who struck her stayed at the scene so that they could cooperate with police. The incident is still being investigated at this time.
Concord Pedestrian Accident
Investigators are taking a closer look at the scene of the accident so that they can determine liability and an at-fault party can be held responsible for the woman’s injuries. We wish to extend our condolences to the elderly pedestrian who was seriously injured in this accident.
Pedestrians typically possess the right to bring a lawsuit after they have been injured in one of these accidents due to the fact that they are an extremely vulnerable party on our roadways and have many rights. These accidents take place due to the negligent actions of drivers every year who are distracted and forget to watch out for pedestrians, drive drunk, and speed in areas where pedestrians might be crossing the street.
If you can show that another party acted negligently at the time of your accident, you might have a case to gain compensation that you deserve for a variety of aspects. We want to help you settle or litigate these matters so that you can receive help in your time of need. At the Los Angeles Injury Group, we are here for you every step of the way. Call us for more information on how we can assist you at 310-954-7248.