Portland, OR – Neri Ramirez-Mendoza Dies from Injuries in NE 122nd Ave CrashOregon Legal News
Portland, OR (November 30, 2021) – The pedestrian who was left severely injured following a motor vehicle accident on November 21 in the Parkrose neighborhood has passed away, according to local authorities.
Reports from the police in Portland show that at around 1 a.m., 20-year-old Neri Ramirez-Mendoza was in a parking lot off of Northeast 122nd Avenue when he was struck by a vehicle.
Ramirez-Mendoza was transported to a local hospital for the treatment of injuries. Authorities confirmed that he later passed away from his injuries.
At this time, the incident remains under investigation.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family of Neri Ramirez-Mendoza. Our thoughts are with them at this time.
Fatal Pedestrian Accidents in Oregon
Statistics from 2018 and 2019 show that there was a 22% increase in the number of pedestrians who lost their lives in traffic collisions throughout the state of Oregon. Over 20 people end up losing their lives in crashes in Portland alone. Although we like to think that the enactment of safety measures throughout our state is helping, we continue to see families forced to deal with the consequences of tragic collisions.
When victims are fatally injured in accidents, their families are often left to pay tens of thousands of dollars on funeral expenses. To make the situation even more challenging to accept, families often lose sources of income that they depend on. Not only are families left to deal with the immediate impacts of pedestrian wrecks, but the long-term mental and emotional consequences can be unbearable.
When victims lose their lives in accidents due to the negligence of others, it is crucial that their families seek the legal guidance of a wrongful death attorney in Oregon as soon as possible. Working with a reputable and responsive legal team is a family’s best bet for recovering.
Portland Wrongful Death Lawyers
The Portland pedestrian accident attorneys at Kivel & Howard have decades of combined experience working with families in the aftermath of fatal collisions. Our team strives to help families protect their legal rights moving forward. We keep the best interests of our clients in mind as we put together the strongest legal claim possible to present their case and fight to get them the justice they deserve.
When victims are fatally injured due to the reckless, negligent, and careless actions of others, we fight on behalf of bereaved relatives to ensure they get the justice they deserve. Our team provides competent and effective legal representation while helping our clients navigate the complex legal system throughout the duration of their claims. We put together solid cases on behalf of families to ensure they are in the best position possible.
If your loved one has lost their life in a collision, and you believe negligence played a role, contact our personal injury attorneys in Oregon at your earliest convenience. Our team can be reached at (503) 796-0909 or (503) 802-4800. We are available to meet with you and discuss legal options available to help you recover. Don’t wait. Call us today to see how we can help you.
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