Fayetteville, NC (December 30, 2020) – A 28-year-old man died in a pedestrian crash in Fayetteville on Tuesday evening. The crash was reported just before 8:00 p.m at the intersection of Bragg Boulevard and Rowan Street.
The Fayetteville Police Department responded to the crash scene and found the victim lying in the roadway. Police later identified the man as 28-year-old Neman Ahmon McNair. McNair was pronounced dead at the scene. Officers say that 37-year-old Daniel Simpson was driving the vehicle that struck McNair at the intersection. The circumstances surrounding the accident are not clear at this time as police continue to investigate. The road remained closed for several hours while officers were at the scene.
There is no additional information available at this time and no word on whether charges are expected to be filed.
We wish to offer our thoughts and condolences to the family of Neman McNair following this tragic pedestrian accident in Fayetteville.
Pedestrian Accidents in North Carolina
The number of fatal pedestrian crashes in North Carolina rose by nearly 3% in 2019 when compared with the prior year. For the past several years, statistics show an increase in the number of both injuries and deaths involving pedestrians on our roadways. When a pedestrian becomes the victim of an accident, the outcome is likely to be negative. This is because pedestrians have little protection from the force and impact of a crash. Many North Carolina pedestrian accidents take place suddenly and without any warning, leaving the pedestrian in a very vulnerable position. Drivers who are impaired, distracted, or otherwise driving recklessly can greatly increase the risk for pedestrians in the area.
Given the seriousness of these crashes, it is easy to feel overwhelmed if you or a loved one have been affected by a pedestrian accident in our state. You could be facing an ever-growing stack of medical bills or a prolonged recovery period that has affected your ability to work and earn a living. You may also be struggling with some of the mental aspects that are common after a traumatic experience. Regardless of your condition, there is help available in many cases. If the crash was not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation under North Carolina’s personal injury law.
Here at Burton Law Firm, we help people who have been affected by the negligence and carelessness of others. North Carolina pedestrian accident attorney Jason M. Burton handles each case with the care and compassion that it deserves. For more than eight years, our firm has proudly served Fayetteville and all areas of eastern North Carolina. We would be honored to help you during your time of need as well.
We provide a free consultation and case evaluation for all potential clients and are available to take your call at any time. Our firm handles most accident cases on a contingency fee basis so there is no financial obligation on your part until we obtain a recovery. To schedule your appointment with a member of our team, please contact us at https://www.jmburtonlaw.com/contact-us.html or give us a call any time at (833) 623-0042.
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Disclaimer: Our team of personal injury lawyers at Burton Law Firm has taken pride in being active members of our local business community for more than 8 years. We are always striving to improve the quality of life for our community members and improve the overall safety and well-being of all North Carolinians. We hope that by providing this information about the dangers of driving that we will bring added awareness and drivers will use increased caution when operating a motor vehicle. Our thoughts are with everyone who may have been affected by this incident. This post is not a solicitation for business. None of the information in this post should be misconstrued as medical or legal advice. The photos in this post are not a depiction of the actual accident scene.