A pedestrian was hit by a car while crossing the street at Clarendon Boulevard and North Highland Street in Arlington, Virginia (VA).
The victim remains in critical condition due to a fractured skull, two fractured legs, a broken arm and multiple lacerations. He has undergone multiple surgeries was put into a medically-induced coma due to the swelling of his brain.
The at-fault driver has been charged with DUI and DUI maiming. He is being held without bond. The charges may change depending on the condition of the victim, according to wusa9.com.
The Virginia Injury Lawyer’s Perspective:
The injured pedestrian, or a family member of the victim, should speak with a Virginia personal injury lawyer to discuss their legal options. They may have grounds to pursue restitution for medical expenses, which may be extensive given the extent of the victim’s injuries, and other damages.
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