Pedestrian Accident on Simpson and Princeton Avenues in Fresno

Pedestrian Accident on Simpson Avenue

The Fresno Police Department reported that a mother and a child were injured in a car versus pedestrian accident on Simpson Avenue on the morning of September 14, 2023. The collision occurred at Simpson Avenue and Princeton Avenue, close to Birney Elementary School, officials said.

Details on the Pedestrian Accident on Simpson Avenue in Fresno

Fresno PD indicated that a woman in her 70s was driving a Volkswagen in the area when she allegedly struck a mother and child who were walking. The motorist allegedly turned from Princeton Avenue onto First Street and collided with the two pedestrians who were in the crosswalk.

Authorities indicated that the child and mother were injured in the crash but were last reported in stable condition. The cause of the vehicle versus pedestrian accident at Simpson Avenue and Princeton Avenue close to First Street is under investigation by Fresno PD, and no further details were released.

What Types of Losses are Recoverable in Pedestrian Accident Injury Cases?

No two vehicle versus pedestrian collision cases are entirely alike. As such, no two crashes will result in identical injuries and recoverable damages for the claimant. The value of a personal injury case will vary greatly depending on the unique circumstances and facts involved. The California personal injury attorney handling the pedestrian accident case will have an individualized approach and take the time to assess the specific losses and expenses the injured party has incurred. In most cases, past and future medical expenses, past and future loss of earnings, and pain and suffering are recoverable.

The majority of pedestrian accident cases are usually settled out of court. However, in the event that a favorable agreement cannot be reached with the insurance carrier, it may be necessary to file the case and take it to court for a final resolution. In general, California gives claimants two years to comply with the statute of limitations for personal injury, per CCP 335.1. Filing a lawsuit before the statute of limitations runs out is mandatory if the matter is not resolved with the other side within that period. The sooner legal counsel is retained, the better.

With sufficient time, an accident attorney will work diligently to meet the applicable filing time limit, ensure that the court does not dismiss the matter for failure to adhere to the statute of limitations and work toward a favorable case resolution on behalf of the client. An attorney will work to gather evidence to prove the validity of a personal injury case and its value, including medical records, police reports, witness statements, photos of the accident scene, and more. Leave collecting evidence to our legal team at so you can focus on your recovery. Learn about our firm in this video.

How Our Legal Team Can Help You With Your Accident Case

When our legal team at takes on your case, we will work to do everything in our power to support you and your case from start to finish. To ensure that your case receives the attention to detail and time it deserves, we will work to ensure that:

  • An investigation into the facts of the matter is conducted thoroughly
  • Assessment of the value of economic and non-economic damages
  • Gather and preserve evidence demonstrating the other side’s negligence
  • Handle all accident case-related communication with the insurer and defense counsel
  • Complete and submit all necessary documents within the applicable time limits
  • Provide you with ongoing updates on the status of your injury case

Here at our personal injury law firm, we will take on your accident case at no cost to you as we operate on contingency. This means that clients owe us nothing out of pocket. We only get paid if we obtain a case resolution that is in your favor.

Personal Injury Lawyer in Fresno

If a pedestrian accident left you or a loved one with traumatic injuries, our legal team at can help. Our Fresno personal injury lawyers will help you recover the full compensation you need for your wage loss, medical bills, and more. Contact one of our attorneys today for free, friendly case advice at (559) 377-7676 or (800) 404-5400.

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