San Francisco, CA – Hit-and-Run Pedestrian Accident Deemed Intentional
San Francisco, CA (September 1, 2018) – A 58-year-old man and 41-year-old woman were injured in a serious hit-and-run pedestrian accident that police deemed intentional on Egbert Avenue. Police say that the accident took place on Tuesday afternoon in the area of 1300 Egbert Avenue around 3:44 p.m.
A 61-year-old woman said that she was threatened by a 58-year-old man and 41-year-old woman, and then he struck both of them with her vehicle before fleeing the scene.
The man and woman both sustained life-threatening injuries. However, their names have not yet been released. The 61-year-old who struck them was detained by authorities and was since arrested on various charges.
San Francisco Pedestrian Accident
Pedestrian accidents are always serious in nature due to the fact that pedestrians have few protections on our roadways. We extend our condolences to you if you have been injured by a driver who was not paying attention to our roads. Drivers who flee the scene of an accident are criminals under California law, which means that the police report in your case can very well help you prove your case and compensate during this difficult time.
At the Los Angeles Injury Group, we understand that you have rights under the law and want to help you pursue a claim against a driver who caused you harm and decided to flee the scene. We want you to recover for aspects like medical expenses, lost future income, and more.
Call us for more information on your case at 310-954-7248.