Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Dec 09, 2020 in Local
PHOENIX, AZ - An 18-year-old woman is working with police to determine the identity of the driver who struck her with their vehicle and then fled the scene last month.
According to CBS 5, Mayson Ginn was on her way to high school on the morning of November 2nd when she walked into the intersection of 35th Avenue and Thunderbird Road and was hit by a car making a left turn.
Ginn was launched several feet into the air before hitting the ground. She sustained a broken nose, a concussion, and multiple shattered teeth.
While surveillance video from a nearby business captured the accident, the camera did not have a clear view of the vehicle, and the hunt for a suspect remains ongoing.
At Phillips Law Group, we strongly believe in your right to safe streets in Phoenix. That is why our dedicated team of Arizona pedestrian accident attorneys are prepared to fight to secure the maximum amount in compensation if you have been injured by a motor vehicle while out walking.
Depending on your case, you could be eligible for reimbursement for medical bills, lost wages, damaged property and other expenses.
Contact us today at 1-800-706-3000 to set up your free consultation.
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