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Woman suffers head trauma in car-pedestrian accident

Pedestrians in Connecticut face danger on every street. With the increasing number of distracted drivers raising the risks to pedestrians, accidents are growing more and more common. This adds to the longstanding dangers pedestrians face including drivers who are under the influence, those who operate their vehicles recklessly and do not adhere to the speed limit. When there is a pedestrian accident, serious injury can occur. Often, these injuries involve head trauma. Given the potential long-term consequences of a pedestrian accident, considering a lawsuit is needed to receive sufficient compensation.

An accident in which a turning car crashed into a female pedestrian led to the woman suffering a head injury and being hospitalized. The accident happened in the evening at approximately 9:30 p.m. The woman was in a parking lot when a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee made a left to enter the lot. The woman, 57, was walking toward the fire department parking lot nearby when she was hit. She was diagnosed as having a head injury and was hospitalized. Her condition was said to be serious. The investigation into the accident is continuing.

The vulnerability of pedestrians is well-known. Since they do not have the same protection that people in vehicles do, a pedestrian accident can result in major injuries and fatalities. Spinal cord damage, brain trauma, broken bones and more can result from a pedestrian accident. Even if the person survives the accident, there is a significant chance they will never return to normal and will need help to function each day. Taking part in family activities and working can be impossible. This places financial, personal and emotional stress on the injured person and his or her family. Insurance companies might make a settlement offer, but people who accept it before calculating their level of loss will regret it. Discussing the case with a lawyer is crucial before taking the next step.

A woman was hit by a car as she walked across a parking lot and suffered a head injury. As she recovers and the investigation into the case moves forward, she and her family must consider their interests. A law firm that helps people after pedestrian accidents can provide advice on how to file a lawsuit to be compensated.

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