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All American Swimmer Sinclair Larson Seriously Injured in Chapel Hill Accident

Chapel Hill, NC (November 11, 2020) – Pedestrian Sinclair Larson Seriously Injured in Chapel Hill, NC Accident

Sinclair Larson, an All American swimmer in 2019 at the University of Tennessee, was seriously injured on Sunday evening as she was walking her dog in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

According to available information, Ms. Larson was walking across the street in a marked crosswalk with flashing lights when she and her dog were struck by a vehicle.  Mr. Larson was taken to UNC Hospital with serious injuries.  Her dog Jasper was also injured.

A GoFundMe page has been set up for Ms. Larson to help cover the costs of her medical bills.

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The lawyers at Hendren Redwine & Malone have help seriously injured pedestrians in cases across North Carolina.  Our lawyers know the laws that affect pedestrian injury cases including cases in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  Our lead attorney, Mike Malone, is also the president of the Raleigh Swimming Association which has over 450 swimmers.

If you or a family member were involved in this incident and have questions about your legal rights, please contact Hendren Redwine & Malone and ask to speak with Mike Malone.  Our lawyers have helped families of wrongful death victims across the state of North Carolina and we have handled many cases in Raleigh, North Carolina where this wreck occurred.

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