Queens, NY – Injuries in Hit-&-Run at Horace Harding Expy & 108th St

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Queens, NY - Injuries in Hit-&-Run at Horace Harding Expy & 108th St

Queens, NY (April 7, 2024) – There were confirmed injuries following a pedestrian crash in the Queens area on Sunday, April 7. The accident was reported that afternoon around 12:25 p.m. at the intersection of Horace Harding Expressway and 108th Street. The victim was traveling on foot when they were hit by an oncoming motor vehicle. 

Emergency responders were dispatched to the scene after being notified of the victim lying on the roadway. The driver involved left the scene without rendering aid. The victim reportedly suffered leg injuries. The injured party was treated at the scene before being transferred to a local hospital for further treatment. The identity of the crash victim has not been determined. No further information on the accident is currently available. Local law enforcement officials are handling the ongoing accident investigation. 

Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for a full recovery.

New York Hit-&-Run Crashes

Queens, NY - Injuries in Hit-&-Run at Horace Harding Expy & 108th StThe nation as a whole has seen a sharp rise in hit-and-run crashes in the past few years. The majority of deadly hit-and-run accidents involve pedestrians, and drivers who leave the scene of an accident account for about 5 percent of traffic deaths nationwide. When a pedestrian or cyclist is hit in a crash, they are already at a significant disadvantage. However, when a driver does not render aid and instead flees the scene, the injured party may be unable to get the critical aid necessary to achieve a full recovery. That is one reason why these incidents can be so severe. You may feel lost and confused after a hit-and-run. A lawyer will be able to answer your questions and help determine what options are available to you in order to achieve a full recovery. 

It is common to have questions after a serious pedestrian crash. You should not have to go through the recovery process alone. Contact a qualified Queens pedestrian crash lawyer today at (516) 774-3635 to get started on your case. The legal team at Isaacson, Schiowitz & Korson LLP is ready to fight for your legal rights during this difficult time. 

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Disclaimers: To promote safety and prevent tragic accidents, we urge individuals in our community to drive slowly and cautiously. This news article is not intended as a solicitation for business. Any information provided should not be considered professional medical or legal advice. Additionally, please note that the photo used in this post is not from the location of the collision.

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