[11-14-2023] Orange County, CA – 67-Year-Old Female Pedestrian Killed After Being Struck by Two Vehicles in Fullerton

[11-14-2023] 67-Year-Old Female Pedestrian Killed After Being Struck by Two Vehicles in FullertonA 67-year-old female pedestrian was killed after being struck by two vehicles in Fullerton late Tuesday afternoon, November 14, 2023.

According to the Fullerton Police Department, the fatal collision happened around 5:11 p.m. between South Brookhurst Road and West Oak Avenue.

A black GMC Sierra was heading southbound when the pedestrian ran eastbound across Brookhurst. The Sierra driver initially avoided the victim, but a blue Nissan Rouge hit and launched her into the Sierra and the intersection.

The victim was declared dead at the scene. She was only identified as a resident of Fullerton, but her name has yet to be released.

Both drivers were identified as a 36-year-old Anaheim resident driving the Sierra and a 65-year-old Fullerton resident driving the Nissan.

The authorities are currently conducting an investigation into the fatal collision.

Dedicated Pedestrian Accident Lawyers in Fullerton, Orange County

Pedestrians have the same right to safety as drivers and motorcyclists in Orange County. You could be eligible for financial compensation if a driver’s negligence caused the death of your loved one as a pedestrian.

Seek the advice of our dedicated Orange County pedestrian accident lawyers at Arash Law, supervised by Arash Khorsandi, Esq., who will assist you in filing a claim and obtaining the maximum compensation for your deceased loved one. Our clients have been awarded compensation totaling $500 Million.

Contact us at (888) 488-1391 or fill up our “Do I Have a Case?” form to set up a free consultation with one of our lawyers.

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9 Steps to Take Immediately After A Pedestrian Accident in Fullerton

It is tough to think clearly after being hit by a vehicle, let alone if you are injured. But what you say and do at the crash scene 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. 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 seen anything.
  5. See a doctor or other healthcare professional immediately, and tell them about every affected part of your body.
  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 the 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.
  9. Contact California pedestrian accident lawyers as soon as possible to discuss your case.


Fatal Pedestrian Accident Statistics

According to the data provided by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, 7,388 pedestrians were killed in 2021. These numbers comprised about 17 percent of the total crash deaths in the US.

Most pedestrian fatalities occur on major roads, with 4,464 recorded deaths. Based on the data provided by the California Office of Traffic Safety in 2020, 39 victims were either killed or injured in pedestrian-related crashes in Fullerton.

A majority of these pedestrian accidents happen when drivers fail to yield to pedestrians or stop suddenly. If you take your loved one’s case to court, you should speak with a lawyer who focuses on these situations.

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