Second Quincy Pedestrian Seriously Injured in Less Than a Week

Early in the morning on Friday, November 9th, 2012 another pedestrian was seriously injured when he was hit by a car as he was walking in a crosswalk at Beale Street and Newport Ave. According to police reports, the car was making a left hand turn from Beale onto Newport when it struck the victim, a man in his 70s. Witnesses stated the driver had a green arrow, giving him the right-of-way. Due to the severity of his injuries, the police were unable to get a statement from the victim before he was transported to the hospital.

This is the second serious pedestrian accident Quincy has seen, just in the past week alone. Earlier in the week a 69-year-old woman was seriously injured as she too was crossing the street. In addition to that, at the beginning of October, a teenager sustained critical injuries in Quincy Center, while later in the month a hit-and-run accident caused serious injuries to two pedestrians. A recent report from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation listed Quincy as having the seventh-highest rate of pedestrian accidents in the state.

According to reports from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) more than 70,000 people were injured, and 4280 killed, in pedestrian accidents in 2010. In fact, pedestrian accident fatalities made up an estimated 13% of all traffic accident fatalities in the United States. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a pedestrian accident I advise you consult with an experienced personal injury attorney at my firm as soon as possible. I understand how traumatic a pedestrian accident can be, especially when it involves a loved one. That is why I am committed to providing you with the aggressive representation you deserve.

In cases like this it is vital that you have a knowledgeable attorney on your side, someone who will fight to see that your rights are protected. Contact a personal injury lawyer at Flanagan & Associatestoday so that I can review your case and advise you on how best to proceed.

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