Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Mother and Daughter Struck by Car in South San Francisco Crosswalk

A mother and her 10-year-old daughter were struck by a car while lawfully crossing the street in a designated crosswalk. The accident occurred on May 20, 2012 at approximately 7:10 p.m. The victims were struck by an Audi sedan that was travelling westbound on Grand Avenue in South San Francisco, California.

According to published reports, the driver was a 26-year-old San Bruno woman who reportedly told investigators that she did not see the victims because of glare from the setting sun. Drivers have a responsibility to adjust their speed in accordance with changes in visibility.     

The victims were transported from the scene to San Francisco General Hospital. The girl suffered a broken arm and her mother was treated for minor injuries. 

The experienced trial lawyers of Matiasic Roth & Johnson LLP understand the immense pain, suffering, and shock associated with all pedestrian accidents. We specialize in helping victims of pedestrian accidents receive financial compensation for their injuries and move on with their lives. We want to wish the young victim and her mother a speedy and complete recovery.

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