Serious motor vehicle-pedestrian accident leaves at 13-year-old Ottawa boy in Hospital.

June 25, 2013 –  A 13-year-old boy suffered head injuries and is in serious, but stable condition at  a local hospital after being struck by a van near Ogilvie and Montreal   Road. He was crossing the street.

Paramedics said the boy was conscious on scene and was treated for head trauma and road rash before being transported to the hospital.

After a pedestrian accident with a possible head injury, what do you do next and what rights do you have? 

To answer these questions for you, we have compiled some great articles and reading material to help with guide you into the process of learning your rights and steps to take. I have listed them below for you.

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The best thing you can do is contact an Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyer.  We know the law and how to get maximum compensation and help.

If you have suffered an accident like this you can get advice and all your questions answered, with no obligation at all. Brenda Hollingsworth helps families after serious accidents and will visit you personally at home, at the hospital or at our office at a time convenient for you.  You can reach Brenda at  her office  number 1-888-574-4529.

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