Columbus, OH – Pedestrian Critically Injured at Eureka Ave & Broad St

Columbus, OH – Pedestrian Critically Injured at Eureka Ave & Broad St

Columbus, OH (September 16, 2020) – A pedestrian suffered critical injuries after being hit by a motor vehicle in the Hilltop area on Monday night, September 14. 

The site of the crash was reportedly located near the intersection of N. Eureka Avenue and W. Broad Street. Initial reports from the Columbus Police Department revealed that the accident occurred at around 8:40 p.m. that evening. First responders and local law enforcement officials were dispatched to the site of the crash to render aid to the injured party. 

At this time, the identity of the injured victim has not been released. The injured pedestrian was transported to Grant Medical Center for the treatment of serious injuries. No further updates on their condition have been provided at this time. 

An ongoing investigation into the cause of the accident is currently underway. 

Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for a full recovery.

Pedestrian Accidents in Ohio

Columbus, OH - Pedestrian Critically Injured at Eureka Ave & Broad StWalking is a great way to get around, enjoy the day, or even limit your carbon footprint, but pedestrians can sustain serious injuries in the event of a crash. From 2013 to 2018, there were 717 pedestrians killed in accidents across Ohio, and pedestrian fatalities in the state are on the rise, increasing from 88 in 2013 to 145 in 2017. Thousands more across the state suffer injuries in pedestrian accidents, with 2,631 pedestrians reportedly being injured in Ohio pedestrian crashes in 2018. 

Pedestrians are at a serious disadvantage when involved in a crash with a motor vehicle and are more likely to suffer from life-threatening injuries. Unlike those traveling in passenger cars, pedestrians have little protection from the full impact of an accident, and the resulting injuries can be life-changing. Drivers are required to yield the right of way and share the road with pedestrians. An Ohio pedestrian injury lawyer can help recover financial compensation for your injuries after being hit by a negligent driver. 

Few people expect to be seriously injured in an Ohio pedestrian accident, but thousands of pedestrians are injured across the state each year and require help to pursue legal compensation for their damages. Many injured parties are unsure of how to seek compensation for their injuries after an accident. The legal team at the Green Law Firm is here to fight to ensure you receive the justice you deserve. Give our offices a call today at (513)769-0840 to discuss your case with a qualified Ohio personal injury lawyer

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