Police Investigate Auto-Pedestrian Wreck
Oklahoma City, OK (October 10, 2018) On the night of October 10th, an auto-pedestrian wreck occurred near the intersection of Northwest 36th Street and North Bryant Avenue. Officials reported that around 8:30 p.m., a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle for unknown reasons. When emergency responders arrived at the scene to help, they immediately tended to the injured victim. There has been no release regarding the severity of the injured victim’s state of being as of yet. The accident is currently undergoing investigation.
Pedestrian Accidents in Oklahoma
Pedestrian accidents usually produce critical results since pedestrians don’t wear bodily armor to shield their bodies from the impact of vehicles. Pedestrians typically suffer injuries that are either minor, severe, catastrophic, or fatal. The most common injuries that pedestrians suffer from are broken bones, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, limb injuries, and internal injuries. Depending on the severity of the accident, medical treatment could require extensive amounts of time, ultimately costing the patient thousands of dollars. It’s extremely unfortunate that someone got hit by a car and suffered injuries in this accident. Once the police get to the bottom of why the accident occurred, a personal injury lawsuit could be filed with the help of an attorney.
At McGuire Law Firm, we understand how severe pedestrian accidents can be for our clients. We do everything within our power to best assist our clients during such a sensitive time. We believe our clients should receive compensation for medical expenses, loss of wages, emotional distress, and mental anguish. If you, or someone you know, received injuries in a pedestrian accident, call (405) 513-5658.