San Francisco, CA – Pedestrian Injured in Accident on San Bruno Ave
San Francisco, CA (July 26, 2020) – A pedestrian accident reported on Saturday left one person seriously injured in the Visitacion Valley section of San Francisco. Just after 12:50 p.m., on July 25, the San Francisco Police and Fire Departments responded to the scene of a motor vehicle accident on San Bruno Avenue.
Reports provided by authorities show that a pedestrian was walking through the intersection of San Bruno Avenue and Harkness Avenue when they were struck by a vehicle. The pedestrian sustained serious injuries in the accident. EMS assisted police and firefighters at the scene. The victim was rendered medical treatment and transported to a local hospital for further treatment and evaluation. At this time, the incident remains under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the victim injured in this accident.
Pedestrian Accidents in California
Every year, more than 14,500 pedestrians are struck by vehicles throughout the state of California. The total number of pedestrians injured in collisions throughout our state is equal to nearly 6% of all traffic-related incidents each year. Being involved in a pedestrian accident can have a detrimental impact on a person’s life. In many cases, victims suffer from catastrophic injuries that require extensive medical treatment that is not only painful but extremely costly. When people sustain injuries in accidents caused by negligent drivers, it is crucial that they reach out to a pedestrian accident lawyer in California to protect their legal rights.
William E. Weiss, attorney at law, has over three decades of experience helping accident victims get the justice they deserve after being harmed in collisions caused by negligent drivers. California personal injury attorney William E. Weiss strives to ensure clients obtain full and fair compensation to alleviate the financial burdens they face moving forward from their accidents. Over the years, the Law Offices of William E. Weiss has succeeded in helping thousands of Californians pursue legal options after being injured or losing loved ones in avoidable accidents.
Although our law firm is well-versed and capable of handling even some of the most complex legal claims litigants can bring forth, we routinely handle claims surrounding motorcycle accidents, traumatic brain injuries, burn injuries, truck or car accidents, bicycle accidents, fire incidents, defective products, first amendment issues, boating accidents, consumer fraud, and more. Our team is dedicated to helping victims prevail with their legal claims so they can get the justice they truly deserve. Our team provides individualized representation that truly reflects the best interests of our clients every step of the way. It is crucial that you act quickly to protect your legal rights after being harmed in an avoidable collision. If you were injured in a collision as a result of a negligent driver, contact California accident lawyer William E. Weiss directly by calling (415) 235-7060 to explore the legal options available for you.
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