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Pedestrian accidents may lead to death in Connecticut

One woman sadly died in a recent hit-and-run accident in Connecticut. The pedestrian accident took place on a Tuesday morning. These types of pedestrian accidents sometimes occur due to the carelessness of the car driver; in which case, the driver may be held liable in civil court.

Number of pedestrian accidents climbing in Connecticut

Pedestrian accidents are becoming an increasing concern in the state of Connecticut. This is due to the increased driving speeds and traffic levels on the state's streets. The rising number of pedestrian accidents can also be blamed on the growing interest in activities, such as skateboarding, rollerblading, jogging and walking.

Connecticut pedestrian accidents can also be hit-and-run crashes

One pedestrian was recently hit by a car in Connecticut. According to police, the accident was a hit-and-run crash. These kinds of pedestrian accidents can easily occur when a driver is speeding or engaging in some other form of negligent behavior behind the wheel.

Life-threatening injuries may result from pedestrian accidents

A pedestrian accident recently took place in Connecticut, leading to serious and life-threatening injuries to one individual. Pedestrian accidents may easily happen when people driving near pedestrians are not cautious behind the wheel and end up striking these individuals. The recent accident occurred on a Friday night.

Pedestrian accidents may lead to serious injury, death

A community in Connecticut is currently grieving the loss of one young person following a fatal accident involving pedestrians. Pedestrian accidents often occur when the driver of a vehicle is not paying attention to the road and the surrounding area. If someone is injured or dies as a result of the driver's carelessness, the motorist may face civil claims for financially responsibility regarding the accident.

Some Connecticut pedestrian accidents occur in crosswalks

An automobile crash occurred during a recent weekend in Connecticut. The accident involved one vehicle and a group of pedestrians. Victims of pedestrian accidents are protected under law with the right to pursue legal action against those deemed to have been at fault when an accident resulted in injury or death. In the case of a fatality, a deceased victim's immediate family members would typically be able to file a claim on his or her behalf.

Pedestrian accidents can lead to injuries in Connecticut

Suffering injuries in a car-pedestrian accident can be traumatizing, not just emotionally but also physically and financially. Victims of pedestrian accidents must focus on healing from their injuries while also dealing with the often exorbitant medical costs tied to treating these injuries. The individual believed to have caused an injury-causing pedestrian accident in Connecticut may be held financially responsible for the victim's injuries in this situation.

Pedestrian accidents in Connecticut may result in injuries

Pedestrians are a higher risk of suffering serious injuries in car crashes because they lack the protection offered by a motor vehicle. Unfortunately, one pedestrian was recently hurt in an accident involving a car in Connecticut. If driver negligence is found to have caused these types of accidents, victims of pedestrian accidents have the right to seek to hold accountable the drivers that struck them.

Connecticut hit-and-run pedestrian accident leads to death

A pedestrian accident can easily happen when a motorist fails to pay attention to his or her surroundings, is distracted, is driving drunk or is driving too quickly. Unfortunately, pedestrian accidents often lead to life-threatening injuries or even death for the pedestrians. One woman in Connecticut recently lost her life in a hit-and-run pedestrian accident.

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