Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run car accident

A recent collision involving a hit-and-run driver reportedly claimed the life of a 39-year-old man in North Carolina. Fleeing the scene of a crash is not only unlawful, but such an action may reduce the chances those who suffer harm in the incident may receive prompt medical attention. Families who experience loss in a car accident involving such negligence may wish to seek accountability in civil court, but they might need guidance in preparing for the process.

Authorities advised that the fatal incident occurred on a recent Friday night just hours after the man was involved in another collision. The first crash occurred when another driver attempted to make a right turn and crossed directly into the path of his vehicle. The other driver in the initial crash was issued a citation for failure to yield in this instance.

The second incident reportedly took place as the man was walking on the grassy shoulder of a two-lane road. Authorities say the driver of a nearby vehicle suddenly veered off the road and struck the man and proceeded to flee the scene, leaving him lying in the road. They say the man suffered fatal injuries in the process and advised that the person who caused the accident was located later on.

A car accident involving a pedestrian inherently carries a greater risk of ending in disaster. After experiencing a sudden loss due to the actions of a negligent driver, surviving family members could choose to retain the services of an attorney for guidance on the next steps to take to seek restitution. Such advice could prove essential to helping a person in North Carolina better prepare to navigate every step of the subsequent process.

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