Napa County, CA – Woman Identified After Fatal Pedestrian Crash
Napa County, CA (November 7, 2018) – This morning, November 7, police reported that a woman lost her life in a fatal pedestrian crash and has since been identified. The accident took place on the Silverado Trail around 6:20 a.m.
The woman was identified as 53-year-old Susan Cardoza, who was struck by the vehicle in the 3500 block of the Silverado Trail. Police say that the driver remained at the scene but their name has not been released and they do not yet know the exact circumstances that caused the woman and the vehicle to collide.
Cardoza had allegedly lived in this area her entire life. In the same area, another pedestrian lost their life about a month ago. Police continue to investigate this accident.
We understand just how difficult it can be as the family and friends of a loved one to realize that your loved one has been taken too soon in a serious accident, which is why we would like to extend our sincerest condolences to you at this time when you need it the most.
Pedestrian Accident in California
In California in 2005 alone, a total of 4,881 pedestrians lost their lives on our roadways in accidents that could have been prevented. According to statistics, about every 111 minutes, a pedestrian will lose their life in an accident. This is due to the fact that pedestrians are extremely susceptible to the most traumatic injuries, having no protections on our roadways.
Police will work on their investigation into this incident if you have lost a loved one in a serious accident, as your case will be taken very seriously under the law. If you have lost someone close to you too soon at the hands of a negligent party, you may be entitled to compensation and have certain rights during this difficult time. We want to help you work toward recovery in your time of need, as we understand just how important your case is to you. Never handle your claim alone, but instead turn to the legal help you deserve at the Los Angeles Injury Group. We are waiting to hear from you about your claim at 310-954-7248.
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