Fatal Hit-and-Run Auto Pedestrian Accident in Oklahoma City
Fatal Hit-and-Run Auto Pedestrian Accident in Oklahoma City
Aug 13 2018 0

Oklahoma City, OK – Pedestrian Accident Kills Child

Pedestrian Accident Causes Fatal Injuries

Oklahoma City, OK (August 13, 2018) – Early Monday morning, around 6:30 a.m., a devastating pedestrian accident occurred at the Mira Vista Apartments on Northwest 23rd Street. Officials state that a woman was walking with her 2-year-old child when another woman driving a vehicle hit the child. Unfortunately, even though the child went to the hospital, the child suffered fatal injuries.

Pedestrian Accidents in Oklahoma

Pedestrian Accident in Oklahoma City

Pedestrian accidents almost always end in tragedies because pedestrians usually suffer severe, catastrophic, or fatal injuries. The most common injuries are brain damage, broken bones, internal injuries, spinal cord injuries, and neck injuries. If results aren’t fatal, some injuries require medical treatment for a lifetime. Some injured victims never get to return to doing normal physical activities. Unfortunately, in this case, a tiny child lost his or her life. No parent should ever have to experience the pain of watching their child get hit by a car. The mother could file a wrongful death lawsuit with the help of an attorney.

The most common cause for pedestrian accidents is distracted driving. If a driver is texting, driving under the influence, eating, or applying makeup, the driver’s attention is not solely on the road. Drivers are responsible for being aware of their surroundings even in the most inopportune places.

At McGuire Law Firm, we understand how painful pedestrian accidents can be for our clients and their loved ones. We do everything within our power to help our clients receive winning verdicts. We believe our clients deserve compensation for any medical expenses, mental anguish, and pain and suffering. If you lost someone in a pedestrian accident, call (405) 513-5658.

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Fatal Hit-and-Run Auto Pedestrian Accident in Oklahoma City