[03-26-2024] Los Angeles County, CA – Pedestrian Killed After Being Struck By Vehicle Near 210 and 134 Freeways

[03-26-2024] Pedestrian Killed After Being Struck By Vehicle Near 210 and 134 FreewaysA pedestrian was killed after being struck by a vehicle in the area of Pasadena on Tuesday morning, March 26, 2024.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the collision happened around 5:35 a.m. on westbound 134 near San Rafael Avenue.

Authorities stated that the pedestrian was pronounced dead after being struck by a vehicle. The identity of the victim is not yet available.

Long lines of cars were seen at the exit of the westbound 210 freeway near the 134 merge due to the collision. Nos. 2,3 and 4 of the westbound 134 were closed. There was no estimated timetable for the reopening of lanes.

No further information was released, and the authorities are gathering all necessary information to determine the cause of the collision.

The investigation continues.

Renowned Pedestrian Accident Lawyers in Pasadena, Los Angeles County

In Pasadena and other areas of Los Angeles County, pedestrians share the same right to safety as drivers and motorcyclists. You are entitled to financial compensation if a driver’s negligence injured you or killed your loved one as a pedestrian.

Seek advice from our renowned Los Angeles County pedestrian accident lawyers at Arash Law. The legal team, led by Arash Khorsandi, Esq., will assist you in filing a claim and recovering money for your injuries or the loss of your loved one. Our clients have been awarded compensation totaling more than $500 Million.

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8 Steps to Take Immediately After A Pasadena Pedestrian Accident

It is tough to think clearly after being hit by a vehicle, let alone if you are injured. However, what you say and do at the scene of the crash can significantly affect the outcome of a subsequent claim you file against the at-fault party. These tips may help you avoid doing something that could reduce the value of your personal injury claim:

  1. Call the police as soon as the accident occurs and ensure an officer creates an accident report.
  2. Take photos of your injuries, the scene of the accident, property damage, the weather conditions, the road conditions, and the vehicle that hit you.
  3. Remember also to take pictures of the at-fault driver’s license, insurance card, and license plate.
  4. Get the names and contact information of all eyewitnesses or anyone who may have any knowledge about the incident.
  5. See a doctor or other healthcare professional immediately, and tell them about any part of your body that was injured or might have been harmed in the accident.
  6. Keep a journal about your injuries and the recovery process, detailing how you feel, the treatment you receive, and what costs you pay.
  7. Do not speak to an insurance adjuster or accept a settlement offer until you talk to an experienced lawyer.
  8. Stay off social media and avoid posting about being in an accident or the circumstances of your accident.

If you’re having trouble securing the accident report from the authorities or an insurer keeps on calling you about the accident, contact our lawyers specializing in pedestrian accident cases immediately so we can assist you in communicating with them.


Fatal Pedestrian Accident Statistics

According to a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, 7,388 pedestrians were killed in motor vehicle crashes, while about 60,000 pedestrians were injured in 2021.

Deaths from pedestrians increased by 46.2% between 2011 and 2020, while deaths from other traffic increased by 14.4%. The number of pedestrian deaths between 2019 and 2020 has increased by 3.9%, in spite of the fact that there have been 13.2% fewer vehicles on the roads during that same period.

When drivers don’t give way to pedestrians or stop too quickly, disasters almost always happen to pedestrians. If you want to go to court, the best thing to do is to talk to a lawyer specializing in such cases.

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