San Diego County, CA: Pedestrian Injured in Spring Valley Hit-and-Run Collision
San Diego County, California (March 8, 2018): The San Diego Sheriff’s Office has launched an active investigation into a hit-and-run pedestrian collision in Spring Valley, CA, late Tuesday morning, March 6, 2018. Only limited information has been released to the public while the investigation remains ongoing.
Officials believe the collision happened just before 11:00 a.m. when a pedestrian was struck by a motor vehicle in the 10767 block of Jamacha Boulevard, near the Carriage Plazza Mall. The driver was reportedly seen arguing with the pedestrian in the Mall parking lot shortly before the collision and did not stop to render aid or speak with authorities. The pedestrian was found unconscious at the scene and was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. The severity of the injuries sustained is unknown and no updates on the victim’s condition have been provided at this time.
The Los Angeles Injury Group would like to extend our sympathies and offer our prayers for recovery to the victim of this terrible collision. Motor vehicle collisions have long been a leading cause of injury across the United States and the burdens imposed in their aftermath can be substantial even under the best of circumstances. It is important for victims to know that they may be entitled to relief under the civil liability laws in their state.
If you or someone you love suffered injuries in a motor vehicle crash, California law may give you the right to recover monetary compensation for your pain, loss, and expenses. Call the Los Angeles Injury Group at 310-954-7248 to schedule a free case consultation with one of our trusted and professional motor vehicle crash attorneys and learn more about the options for legal recourse that may be available to you.