Pedestrian struck in Charleston accident

A male pedestrian was recently struck by two vehicles while crossing a road in Charleston. According to reports, an investigation is being conducted by the Charleston Police after a pedestrian named James Alexander Moore Jr. was struck by a vehicle on December 5.

The accident reportedly happened at about 3:00 in the morning when Moore was walking on Glenn McConnell Parkway near Mary Ader Drive. After Moore was hit by the first vehicle, another vehicle in the area also struck him. The second vehicle apparently parked in the road in order to shield Moore from another possible collision.

When pedestrians go up against vehicles, serious injuries usually occur. The human body is not meant to withstand being struck by a large, speeding automobile. That’s why the attorneys at the Goings Law Firm, LLC work to represent pedestrians who were hit by cars through no fault of their own. Our legal team will help you pursue compensation for your serious injuries. Call us today at (803) 350-9230 to learn more.


Distressed driver killed in Fort Mill accident

A distressed vehicle driver was killed after he was struck as a pedestrian by a vehicle on a highway in Fort Mill, NBC Charlotte reported on January 17.

Reports coming from the state’s Highway Patrol revealed that the accident occurred at around 1:00 a.m. on Interstate 77, near the state border. Driver Stephen Mosher, 61, had just been involved in an earlier accident. When he got out of his vehicle, possibly to inspect damage, he was struck by another oncoming vehicle. Mosher died on the accident scene. Authorities temporarily blocked the lane where the accident occurred. As of reporting, charges were not yet filed against the driver that struck Mosher; the driver from the first wreck was not thought to play a part.

The Columbia personal injury lawyers of the Goings Law Firm, LLC, express their sincere condolences to the family and friends who are grieving from the sudden loss of their loved one.