[05-11-2023] Riverside County, CA – 44-Year-Old Pedestrian Fatally Struck by Vehicle in Perris

[05-11-2023] 44-Year-Old Pedestrian Fatally Struck by Vehicle in Perris A 44-year-old pedestrian named Robert N. was fatally struck by a vehicle in Perris early Thursday morning, May 11, 2023.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the fatal crash occurred around 1:00 a.m. along southbound I-215 near 4th Street.

Nira jumped over the center wall and started running across the freeway when a 34-year-old driver in a Subaru Outback struck him.

The Riverside County Fire Department declared the victim dead at the scene, while the Subaru driver only sustained minor wounds.

The driver’s identity has not been disclosed, and further information has not been released yet.

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The aftermath of a car accident can make it difficult to think clearly. Your actions and words at the scene of the accident will significantly affect the outcome of your lawsuit. The following tips may help you avoid reducing your personal injury claim value:

  • Call the police after the accident, and make sure the officer creates an accident report.
  • Document your injuries, the accident scene, property damage, weather conditions, road conditions, and the vehicle that struck you.
  • Take a picture of the driver at fault’s license, insurance card, and license plate.
  • Obtain all eyewitnesses’ names, contact information, or anyone who has seen anything.
  • Immediately visit a doctor or other healthcare professional and inform them of all affected parts of your body.
  • Keep a journal detailing your injuries and recovery. Describe how you feel, the treatment you receive, and the costs you pay.
  • A lawyer should be consulted before accepting a settlement offer from an insurance adjuster.
  • Stay off social media. Please don’t post about your accident or its circumstances.
  • Contact a renowned pedestrian accident lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your case.
Fatal Pedestrian Accident Statistics

Pedestrians are much more likely to die or be seriously hurt in a crash. Accidents leave them defenseless. The number of pedestrians killed or injured in car accidents has recently increased in the United States.

Between 2007 and 2016, pedestrian fatalities increased by 27%, while other traffic deaths decreased by 14%, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA).

In 2017, 5,977 people died on foot in the United States. According to the latest data, 88 people are killed every minute. In 2017, 137,000 people were treated in hospitals for non-fatal pedestrian injuries.

A recent study found that pedestrians in California have a higher risk of being injured or killed than in any other state. The California Department of Transportation reported that in 2020, there were 55,000 pedestrian accidents and 6,516 pedestrian deaths.

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