I knocked a 7 year old girl on the 29 Ju...

Asked by Kaylasha on 01-08-2022 15:27:49
Question posted in the General Law category relating to KwaZulu-Natal

I knocked a 7 year old girl on the 29 July as she attempted to run across the road.I was able to do emergency braking and the car bumped her where she fell and bruised her knees and chin on the tarmac, i stopped the car immediately and tended to her. This was a normal road with no robots, pedestrian crossing and no adult supervision.There is no damages to my vehicle.I waiting for the parent to arrive and i took them to the clinic.I opened up a accident report on the 30 July.

I want to know whats the furthest can happen, will there be a court case?

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 08-08-2022 19:39:32

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