December 13, 2022

Los Angeles, CA – Pedestrian Dies in Crash on Gless St.


Los Angeles, CA - Pedestrian Dies in Crash on Gless St.

Los Angeles, CA (December 12, 2022) – Police responded to the scene of a fatal pedestrian crash in Los Angeles on Monday, December 12th. The accident was reported just before 5:00 a.m. in the 400 block of S. Gless Street.

The Los Angeles Fire Department, along with the LAPD, were called to the scene. Officials say that a pedestrian was walking near the scene when he was hit by a car. The pedestrian, whose identity was not released, was pronounced dead at the crash scene. The driver was not immediately identified. There is no information on the cause of the crash at this time. Police did not say if any charges are expected to be filed. Motorists were advised to use caution when traveling near the accident scene.

An investigation is underway at this time. There is no further information available.

We would like to offer our thoughts and condolences to the victim’s family in the aftermath of this deadly pedestrian accident in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian accidents account for a disproportionate number of serious injuries and deaths when comparing traffic statistics across our state. According to the California Department of Transportation, it is estimated that about 20{1370d1a44a2a36111fd8aac2ccbc5aad49bce4f615ec80e8124ffd285aa21fc2} of all traffic fatalities involve pedestrians. We also know that more than 80{1370d1a44a2a36111fd8aac2ccbc5aad49bce4f615ec80e8124ffd285aa21fc2} of all pedestrian crashes will result in some type of injury to the victim. The reason is simple: pedestrians are completely unprotected from the impact of a collision. These accidents happen quickly, which can give pedestrians little chance to take any evasive measures to avoid a collision.

If you or a family member have been affected by a Los Angeles pedestrian crash, you may be entitled to compensation. The crash must be carefully investigated in order to determine how it took place and which party should be responsible. In cases where the driver was at least partially at fault, victims could receive a recovery for their damages. This includes the right to be compensated for pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills and more. In cases of a fatal crash, family members can step in and file a lawsuit on behalf of their deceased family member.

Regardless of your situation, a pedestrian accident case is complicated and there are many things that must be considered. Rather than attempt to handle the claim yourself or deal directly with the insurance company, you should seek the services of a skilled Los Angeles County pedestrian accident lawyer. At Madison Law Group, we will always make sure that your rights are protected while at the same time helping you recover the most compensation under the circumstances of your case.

Our firm is here to assist you at any time following a serious crash. We provide a free consultation and case evaluation for all potential and prospective clients. If we decide to handle your case, there is no fee until we obtain a recovery on your behalf. To schedule a time to speak with a pedestrian accident attorney in Los Angeles, please contact us at the link on our website or give us a call at (310) 201-7676.

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