Free Consultation (800) 777-4081

As pedestrian accidents add up, another Pittsburgher is seriously injured

Pedestrian accidents in Pittsburgh have been in the news a lot of late. With the winter months approaching and the days getting shorter, it is important to pay close attention to your surroundings when driving. This is especially true in urban areas where parked cars, traffic lights, and many pedestrians can fill our roads and sidewalks. People who are injured in pedestrian accidents are usually seriously injured and many lose their lives. Accidents happen, of course, but by paying better attention to the road ahead and on each side, you can help prevent more of these pedestrian accidents from happening. 

Pittsburgh man hurt after pedestrian accident

Last night, a 34-year-old man from Pittsburgh was struck by a car along Brownsville Road in Carrick, according to local police. The accident happened along the 1600 block of Brownsville, but police are not yet sure exactly how the accident occurred.

The man was rushed to UPMC Mercy by first responders as soon as they arrived at the scene of the accident. Currently, the man is in critical condition, but physicians do believe that he will make a full recovery.

Police say that the driver who hit the man did remain at the scene. Police were interviewing the driver and other witnesses, but they have not released an official statement as to why the driver hit the man.

Pedestrian Accidents Attorneys – 800.777.4081

If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident, or if you simply have questions, call the pedestrian accidents attorneys at Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. at 800-777-4081 today.

Source:, "Man hit by car in Carrick" 29 September 2014

This entry was posted in Pedestrian Accidents. Bookmark the permalink.
schedule a free consultation all fields required *
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
View All Locations

We can communicate with all new & current clients without meeting face to face. Call our office, chat with an intake specialist on our website, or send us an email. Contact us now. Close