Cincinnati, OH (January 24, 2024) – Police in Cincinnati were called to the scene of an injury crash involving a pedestrian. The accident took place on Wednesday, January 24th around 7:30 a.m.

According to officials, the victim was walking in the 700 block of Sycamore Street when they were hit by a vehicle. The pedestrian suffered non-life-threatening injuries. Emergency workers provided treatment at the scene before the pedestrian was taken to the hospital for further treatment. There is no additional information on the victim’s injuries or their condition at this time. The pedestrian has not been identified. There is no information on the events leading up to the crash and police have not said if any charges are expected to be filed. The road was partially blocked while police investigated at the scene. Motorists were advised to use caution and to find alternate routes of travel if possible.

An investigation into the accident is ongoing. No further information has been released at this time.

We want to offer our thoughts and well wishes to the victim of this pedestrian crash in Cincinnati. We hope for a complete and speedy recovery.

Pedestrian Accidents in Ohio  Cincinnati, OH – Woman Struck, Injured in Pedestrian Crash on Sycamore St.

The Ohio Department of Public Safety maintains statistics on crashes and injury accidents that take place across Ohio on an annual basis. The Department also keeps historical data on various types of collisions over the years. According to these statistics, more than 14,000 pedestrian accidents took place in Ohio between 2017 and 2022. Many of these accidents resulted in death or serious injuries for victims. The reasons for this are fairly obvious as pedestrian accident victims have little protection from the full impact of a collision. Broken bones, head and neck injuries, and soft tissues injuries such as strains and sprains are all common following a pedestrian crash.

While pedestrian accidents are often very serious in nature, victims should also be aware of their legal rights. Ohio law may provide protection for those who have been hurt in a pedestrian collision. Following a crash, it is important to reach out to a local attorney as soon as possible for advice regarding your situation. If you believe you have a case, you should seek to protect your rights as soon as possible.

At Attkisson Law Firm, we know the law and how it can be applied for your benefit. Our team of lawyers and legal professionals have many years of experience handling some of the most difficult injury cases. We know that a pedestrian crash can result in major hardships for victims, including high medical costs, lost wages, and severe physical and mental pain.

Our firm is standing by to speak with you now. We provide free consultations for all potential and prospective clients. There is no financial obligation until we have obtained a recovery for you. Before you speak with an insurance adjuster or other third party, give us a call. Our Cincinnati pedestrian accident attorneys will be in your corner you need us the most. To schedule your appointment, please contact us at 937-632-1175.

Note: Our team of writers utilizes a variety of external sources to gather information to produce this post. These sources range from news outlet reports and local and state police reports to social media posts, eyewitness accounts, and other relevant data concerning accidents in Dayton and throughout Ohio. While we strive for accuracy, we do not independently verify the facts surrounding these injury accidents. If you discover any inaccuracies in our reports, please inform us immediately. We are committed to correcting errors promptly. Additionally, we will consider removing a story if requested. 

Disclaimer: For many years, the attorneys at Attkisson Law Firm have dedicated themselves to assisting injured accident victims and their families throughout Ohio. We want to encourage everyone to slow down and operate motor vehicles with caution. Please note this post is not an attempt to solicit business. The information provided herein should not be considered medical or legal advice. Additionally, the photograph accompanying this post was not taken at the accident scene.