While any type of traffic accident can be perilous, the roads can be particularly dangerous for pedestrians. In Providence, Rhode Island, and across the United States, pedestrians who are hit by vehicles may experience a number of hardships, from broken bones and brain damage to mental trauma. Additionally, when someone is involved in a pedestrian accident, they may experience financial hardships such as medical expenses and lost wages due to injuries that prevent them from working.

According to law enforcement, a male pedestrian was walking on I-291 in Massachusetts at roughly 10 p.m. when he was hit by a mini-van. The accident, which took place in Springfield, claimed the pedestrian's life. The man was declared dead at the accident scene and his name has not been released at this time.

The mini-van driver who struck the pedestrian, a 48-year-old woman, was injured in the accident and taken to the hospital. Authorities did not provide information regarding the nature of her injuries.

When it comes to pedestrian accidents, every situation is different. Some result in lost lives, while others leave pedestrians injured or unharmed. Some accidents may involve a hit-and-run driver, while others may involve drunk drivers. As a result, people who have had their world turned upside down after a pedestrian accident should rigorously examine the details of the accident and take action. Whether someone is struggling with the loss of a family member or was injured in an incident, negligent drivers can't be let off the hook. For some people, reaching out to an attorney may help them move forward.

Have You Been Injured In A Rhode Island Pedestrian Accident?

If you've been injured in a pedestrian accident you need to speak with an experienced pedestrian accident lawyer as soon as possible. Please contact us online or call our Warwick office directly at 401.946.3200 to schedule your free consultation. We help clients in Providence, Warwick and all areas of Rhode Island.

Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.
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