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Woman sustains traumatic brain injury in hit-and-run accident

A 25-year-old woman was seriously injured after she was struck by a car in Nashville, Tennessee in the early morning of May 11.

Angela Riley was recently brought to Atlanta’s Shepherd Center due to a traumatic brain injury she sustained from a hit and run accident after her head struck the windshield of the car that hit her while she was crossing the street. Police arrested 23-year-old Ryan Moy for charges of felony vehicular assault, leaving the scene, and failure to render aid as a result of the accident.

Riley was in Nashville with her friends to attend a bachelorette party.

Sustaining traumatic brain injuries caused by another person’s negligence in a car crash can be devastating. Fortunately, you may be able to hold that party responsible with the help of the legal team at Pohl & Berk, LLP. Learn how we may be able to help you seek the compensation you need to recover by calling 615-277-2765.

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