Omaha, NE (November 27, 2020) – One man was left with serious injuries following a pedestrian accident on Friday evening. At approximately 6:35 p.m., on November 27, the Omaha Fire Department and the police were called to the site of a crash near 3001 South 144th Street.
Reports from authorities show that a 40-year-old male security guard was attempting to assist in detaining a shoplifter at Dillard’s when the suspect, a 30-year-old male, ran over the security officer with a white utility truck.
The pedestrian sustained serious injuries as a result of the accident. He was treated at the scene and transported to CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center – Bergan Mercy for code two traumatic injuries. At this time, the incident remains under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the man injured in this accident, his family, and everyone who has been affected.
Pedestrian Accidents in Nebraska
More than 13,500 people are injured in motor vehicle accidents across Nebraska. Numerous victims harmed in these collisions are pedestrians, walking along roadways throughout the state. Many victims involved in these collisions are hospitalized with severe and critical injuries each year. In fact, numerous victims who suffer catastrophic injuries require extensive medical treatment, hospitalization, and therapy. The aftermath of an accident can be a trying time for everyone involved. The emotional, mental, and financial impacts victims are often forced to endure can be overwhelming. Not only are victims forced to struggle moving forward, but their families are often forced to deal with the stacking financial burdens, lost income, and emotional consequences.
The unfortunate truth is that the majority of accidents throughout the state of Nebraska are a result of driver negligence. Although we can be diligent and in control of our actions while driving, there is little we can do to ensure others act in the same responsible manner. In some instances, victims are left with tens of thousands of dollars in medical bills from their accidents. Victims harmed in accidents caused by reckless and negligent drivers should reach out to a pedestrian accident attorney in Nebraska at their earliest convenience to explore legal options available to them.
Nebraska personal injury attorneys from Dyer Law PC know the difficulties victims and their families face after being injured in motor vehicle accidents. Our attorneys wholeheartedly believe victims should get justice and compensation from those who caused them to be injured in order to alleviate the financial burdens they face throughout their recoveries. Contact our personal injury law firm in Lincoln at (402) 393-7529 to meet with our team at your earliest convenience to discuss legal options available for you.
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