Queens, NY (February 9, 2019) – A pedestrian accident involving an electric cyclist took place around 9:20 p.m. last night at a local intersection that led to injuries in one party.
Police responded to find that a pedestrian and an electric cyclist had collided with one another at the intersection of 99 Street and Horace Harding Expressway Service Road.
The cyclist stayed at the scene of the accident afterward. Police were called to the scene of the accident, which is where the NYPD Highway Lieutenant found that the victim received a variety of injuries and was hospitalized. The Lieutenant visited him in the hospital and found that, luckily, his injuries were non-life-threatening in nature.
The investigation into the accident took place for several hours.
In 2013, just over 5% of all accidents that happened on New York roadways involved pedestrians. The truth is, pedestrians are easily forgotten parties on our roads, which puts them in an even riskier position when others do not see them. Pedestrians are also one of the most vulnerable parties on our roads and can very easily end up with catastrophic injuries or, even worse, those that are fatal. If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident in New York due to the negligence of another party, you have rights to compensation.
It is important to remember that, following an accident that you believe happened due to the recklessness of another party, you might have many rights as a victim. At Hach & Rose, our compassionate accident attorneys are fully devoted to helping those who have been negatively impacted by the inattention of another driver. If you have been hurt in one of these accidents, please call us for more information at 212-779-0057.
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