Latest News 2011 March Driver Not Charged in Pedestrian Accident

Driver Not Charged in Pedestrian Accident

Charges will reportedly not be filed against a driver who reportedly hit and killed a man who was walking on the road. According to reports, Matthew Axelrod was walking in the dark on the road at the time of the pedestrian accident. George Bodenradar will not face criminal charges as a result as he was unable to see him. Officers did try to recreate the accident and reviewed all evidence. Axelrod was reportedly close to the lane of travel at the time of the pedestrian accident.  

Pedestrian accidents can leave people seriously injured. It's incredibly tragic when someone is injured due to an accident that is the result of negligence on someone else's behalf. It's important that you understand that you should not have to deal with medical bills, lost work wages or future health care costs because of someone else's actions. You need to know that you can pursue a case against the guilty party if you find yourself in this situation. By working with a personal injury lawyer, you will be able to resolve your pedestrian accident case and recover expenses that you need during this difficult time. An injury attorney will know what to expect with your case and will be able to guide you through this difficult process. You can count on an injury lawyer to have your best interest in mind while protecting your rights. Take some time today to contact a personal injury attorney and begin discussing your case.