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Category: Pedestrian Accident

Charlotte Pedestrian Accidents On The Rise

May 11, 2019 Brown Moore & Associates Pedestrian Accident

Charlotte is an up and coming area. People are moving here in droves, and we are starting to feel the density. People are choosing to live in our Queen city for various reasons, but our infrastructure is still trying to catch up. Our growing city may not have all the amenities of a bigger city,…Read More

Man Charged After Striking A Pedestrian

Apr 20, 2019 Brown Moore & Associates Pedestrian Accident

Pedestrians are the most vulnerable group anywhere in and around the roadway. We know that you take steps to be safe if you are walking outside of your vehicle, but sometimes things happen that are out of your control. Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC will be here to help if you or a loved one…Read More

We have learned that one person was taken to the hospital after being struck by a vehicle early Thursday morning in uptown. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have said that the incident happened at the intersection of E Stonewall Street and S Caldwell Street when a vehicle struck a pedestrian and fled the scene. The victim sustained…Read More

Locals call a particular stretch of North Carolina 12 “no man’s land” because of the danger to pedestrians. The road can get quite narrow in some spots and it is difficult for pedestrians and bicycle riders to stay off of the road. The possibility for a pedestrian to suffer an injury or even death is…Read More

More pedestrians were killed by cars in 2010 than in previous years, according to a newly released report by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA). After four years of declining pedestrian fatalities, 2010 saw an increase in injuries to pedestrians hit by cars. While only a slight rise in pedestrian fatalities during the first six…Read More