Scottsdale, AZ – Woman Struck & Seriously Injured at E Dynamite BlvdArizona Legal News
Scottsdale, AZ (February 23, 2020) – A pedestrian was struck and seriously injured in north Scottsdale on Saturday evening, police said.
According to officers from the Scottsdale Police Department, the woman was struck around 8:00 p.m. in the 7800 block of East Dynamite Boulevard. Authorities say that the driver, whose name has not been released, remained on the scene and cooperated with officers. EMTs arrived shortly after the crash occurred to transport the woman to the hospital.
Police officials are currently investigating the collision, and the pedestrian’s name was not released.
Our thoughts go out to the injured victim in hopes of a full recovery.
Pedestrian Accidents in Arizona
There are hundreds of pedestrian accidents in Arizona every year. In fact, recent data indicate that 800,000 hit-and-run and pedestrian collisions happened throughout the country every year, many due to unlicensed, intoxicated, or otherwise reckless drivers. Pedestrian accidents are on the rise overall, particularly across the state of Arizona.
Oftentimes, pedestrian accidents mean catastrophic consequences for victims and their families. When a victim suffers from long-term physical problems, financial difficulties, and even job loss or worse, they should speak with a knowledgeable car accident attorney in Arizona. A skilled attorney can help victims and their families after they’ve suffered in a wreck that occurred through no fault of their own.
Our attorneys at ELG Law are fully committed to helping those who have suffered injuries or lost a loved one at the hands of a negligent driver. Thanks to years of experience, our accident attorneys have what it takes to secure the highest amount of compensation possible for you and your family. Our lawyers go above and beyond in securing the settlements that victims and their families deserve. If you have been harmed by an at-fault party, please contact us for legal advice and a no-hassle, free consultation at (623) 562-3838.
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Disclaimer: As members of the local Phoenix and broader Arizona community, we hope everyone in our community is safe and protected. We cover the events included in this blog as a way to offer support to the victims in similar circumstances and to provide relief during these difficult times. However, this information should not be misconstrued as legal advice, and you should speak with a trained legal professional for more information regarding your situation.