Croydon Pedestrian Accident Under Investigation

Police are investigating a Croydon pedestrian accident that occurred on Friday around 4:30 PM, according to reports. If you or a loved one suffered injuries in a pedestrian wreck you deserve compensation for your losses. Talk to an experienced Bucks County pedestrian accident lawyer about your case today.

Details About the Croydon Pedestrian Accident

Police and other first responders were dispatched around 4:30 PM on Friday, May 24th to the area of Route 13 and Newportville Road in Croydon for the report of an accident involving a pedestrian. The Bristol Township Police Department responded and found a 38-year-old male in the road suffering from undisclosed injuries.

According to an initial investigation, the male was crossing from Newportville Road when a vehicle traveling on Route 13 made contact with him. The male was headed towards the train station. The vehicle, a 2008 Toyota, came to a stop along the curb facing north on Route 13.

Despite conducting a thorough investigation police were still working to determine the cause of the crash hours after it occurred, which led to the roads being closed during rush hour. There was significant damage to the windshield and hood of the Toyota. The pedestrian suffered serious injuries. There was no word on injuries to the driver.

Call a Lawyer After Suffering Injuries in a Crash

You only have a limited time to file a claim for injuries suffered in any type of motor vehicle crash, even if you were a pedestrian. Talk to an experienced Bucks County pedestrian accident lawyer about the incident so you can build a strong case for compensation. Call the office of Kwartler Manus today to schedule a free consultation with a member of your team.

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