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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Hit & Run Driver Leaves Pedestrian Seriously Injured in Queens

As we've discussed previously, the attorneys at Feldman, Kronfeld & Beatty are specialists in working with pedestrians who have been struck by automobiles, bicycles, motorcycles, and trucks. Some pedestrians suffer injuries that will haunt them for the rest of their lives, even though they were just trying to, for example, get to the store or go to a friend's house.

On Sunday, a hit & run driver in Forest Hills struck a pedestrian. It is reported that the vehicle did not even slow down before hitting the pedestrian, and kept on driving. The injured man is in serious condition at Jamaica Medical Center in Brooklyn. He was hit so hard that his body went flying and struck metal dumpsters; these secondary injuries may even be worse than the initial impact. This man may have a case against the driver of the automobile if they were able to get the license plate, make, and model of the car, or a case against the man's own uninsured motorist policy or MVAIC if that information remains unknown.

It is important that, if you have been hit by an automobile, to call experienced trial attorneys as soon as possible. The law firm at Feldman, Kronfeld & Beatty can help you if you're a pedestrian who has been hit by an automobile, even if you don't know the make, model, or license plate of the car. You can contact us at (212) 425-0230 or at for a free consultation.

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