Jamaica, N.Y. – Pedestrian Left with Critical Injuries After Accident on Liberty Avenue

Jamaica, N.Y. – Pedestrian Left with Critical Injuries After Accident on Liberty Avenue

Jamaica, N.Y. (August 16, 2019) – A pedestrian was left with critical injuries after he was hit by a driver who then fled the scene, according to authorities. The New York pedestrian accident occurred on Wednesday, just after 8:00 p.m., at the intersection of Liberty Avenue and 160th Street.

Jamaica, N.Y. – Pedestrian Left with Critical Injuries After Accident on Liberty AvenuePolice report that the man was struck in the aforementioned intersection, leaving him with critical injuries. The driver in that accident fled the scene immediately after. Emergency crews responded to the accident and took the man to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center for treatment. He is listed in critical condition at the time of this article’s posting.

Police are still investigating the accident, which includes figuring out what type of vehicle may have been involved in the accident.

Pedestrian Accidents at Night

When pedestrian accidents occur, it’s important to investigate as to what happened that caused the accident. Was the driver of the vehicle distracted by a phone or some other device? Was the pedestrian crossing lawfully at the time and place of the accident? Could the pedestrian be seen by the driver? All of these questions help piece together what happened in the accident, which can help determine issues like fault and responsibility, and will help establish who pays for the injuries incurred and who does not.

Following a vehicle accident in which you were hurt by another, call the lawyers at the Law Offices of Robert A. Solomon of Metro Law. Our team of lawyers is ready to help you fight for your rights in court, and we will not stop working for you until your case is over. Call our office today to schedule an appointment with our team at (800) 469-6476.

Disclaimer: The photos depicted in these posts are not representative of the actual accident scene.