Jacksonville, FL (March 3, 2019) - A Friday night hit-and-run crash left a man dead and police searching for a suspect.
According to reports, Arthur Davis attempted to cross Lem Turner Road when he was struck by a vehicle. The driver of the vehicle failed to stop at the scene and traveled onto I-95 southbound. Police arrived on scene shortly after the crash and pronounced Davis deceased from his injuries. Officers have not released any information about the car that struck Davis; they do believe, however, that the car will have significant damage to its right front end.
Anyone with information about the crash is asked to call the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 904-630-0500 or Crimestoppers at 866-645-TIPS.
We are saddened to hear of this pedestrian fatality in Jacksonville, and our sincerest sympathies go out to the friends and family of Arthur Davis.
Approximately two pedestrians die in crashes each day across our state. A pedestrian crash is a very serious event. A large majority of pedestrian crashes require hospitalization and treatment of serious injuries. A hit-and-run crash is an especially devastating event for the victim and their family. When such a life-altering event occurs, it is important to have the best possible legal representation by your side.
At Rubenstein Law, our Florida pedestrian accident attorneys are here to help when you need us. We have represented injured Floridians since 1988 and have recovered millions on behalf of our clients. We offer free consultations and are available 24/7. To speak with an attorney any time, please contact us at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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