Kensington, MD – Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle at Connecticut Ave & Denfield Ave
Kensington, MD (March 16, 2022) – A Kensington pedestrian crash reported on Monday sent one victim to an area hospital with injuries. At 7 a.m., on March 14, the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services and the Montgomery County Police Department both responded to a pedestrian-involved crash on Connecticut Avenue.
The MCPD reported that a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle that passed through the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Denfield Avenue. The pedestrian was injured as a result of this crash.
Emergency medical services with MCFRS provided air to the pedestrian at the scene of the crash. The victim was transported by EMS to a local hospital for care
The police in Montgomery County are investigating this pedestrian crash.
Our thoughts are with the injured pedestrian and we hope they make a timely recovery.
Pedestrian Accidents in Maryland3% of the state of Maryland’s total car accidents reported every year to involve pedestrians. These accidents leave tens of thousands of innocent pedestrians with injuries every year in our state. In many instances, pedestrians are left with broken and severed bones, spinal cord injuries, and even internal injuries.
Suffering serious injuries due to a pedestrian crash can have both immediate and long-term consequences. Many people have to go to area hospitals immediately after their crashes. In most instances, pedestrians have to go through therapy and other forms of long-term care for several weeks or even months after their crashes.
Although there are many laws in our states to protect pedestrians, so many of them are injured as a result of negligent drivers. There are often instances where drivers fail to yield the right of way to others, they are distracted, or engaging in other negligent actions while operating the vehicles.
When pedestrians are hurt in pedestrian wrecks due to the actions of others, it is important that they reach out to a pedestrian accident lawyer in Kensington as soon as possible. When victims are harmed as a result of negligence, they are able to take legal actions against the drivers at fault to recover compensation that they can use for their medical expenses and more.
Kensington Personal Injury LawyersAt Greenblatt & Veliev, LLC, our personal injury lawyers in Kensington have extensive experience helping pedestrians pursue legal action after being harmed. Each of our clients can rest assured knowing that they have truly individualized representation that best reflects their needs and best interests every step of the way. Our lawyers will build the strongest case possible to fight for your compensation and to help you get justice following your crash. Our lawyers are committed to helping injured parties move forward so they can reach their goals and recovery.
Contact our Maryland personal injury law firm by calling 301-251-8776 to schedule a consultation with our personal injury lawyers to see how we can help you. We charge no fees for consultations for personal injury crash victims. We provide valuable insight as to what options are available and we can schedule our next move, moving forward.
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Disclaimer: We hope that our readers will slow down and use an abundance of caution when operating a motor vehicle in an effort to reduce accidents in Maryland. This post is not a solicitation for business. The information in this post is not intended to be legal or medical advice. The photo used in this post was not taken at this accident scene.