- posted: Aug. 03, 2020
- Pedestrian Accidents
Tucson, AZ (August 3, 2020) – A pedestrian accident in Pima County left one person injured on Sunday. Just after 4 a.m., on August 2, the Tucson Fire Department assisted the police at the scene of a crash in Tucson.
Reports provided by officers with the Tucson Police Department show that a pedestrian was walking near the intersection of Aerospace Parkway and South Country Club Road when they were struck by a motorcycle. The pedestrian sustained serious injuries in the accident. Firefighters and medical personnel responded to the crash to render aid at the scene to the victim. The victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment of injuries. At this time, the police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash.
Our thoughts are with the victim injured in this accident.
Pedestrian Accidents in Arizona
Auto accidents occur without warning, having a lasting and devastating impact on the lives of those involved. Although people are utilizing various methods of transportation, there is no method that is without risk. Even pedestrians are at an increased risk of suffering life-changing injuries in collisions. Our state is no stranger to catastrophic collisions. Each year, more than 1700 people are injured in pedestrian accidents across the state of Arizona.
Many victims involved in these crashes are left with life-threatening injuries that require extensive medical treatment. Although there are several treatment options available for victims, a large number of victims never truly recover. Many injured pedestrians are forced to go through months of treatment and therapy for their injuries. Regardless of the number of treatment options available, there is no promise that victims are going to fully recover from their injuries. In fact, thousands of people are left permanently disabled from injuries sustained in auto accidents each year. When victims are injured in pedestrian accidents, as a result of another person’s reckless actions, they should reach out to a pedestrian accident attorney in Arizona as soon as possible.
Working with a knowledgeable legal team in the Tucson area will ensure you are able to maximize your recovery and get the medical treatment you need moving forward. The Arizona personal injury attorneys at Rockafellow Law Firm have extensive experience advocating on behalf of accident victims to ensure they are able to hold wrongdoers accountable for their actions. Our team is dedicated to helping victims protect their legal rights and collect the maximum amount of compensation available for medical treatment, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other burdens and challenges they face moving forward. If you were injured in an accident, contact our law firm in Tucson at (520) 334-1354 to schedule a free no-obligation evaluation to explore legal options available to you.
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