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Jonas Gilchrest Killed in Greensboro NC Accident

Greensboro, NC (November 18, 2020) – A gentleman named Jonas Gilchrest passed away on Tuesday from injuries sustained in an accident in Greensboro, North Carolina on November 3.

The accident occurred around 3:45 pm on Randleman Road.  According to available information, Mr. Gilchrest was walking across the street when he was hit by a man driving a Nissan Rogue SUV.

Mr. Gilchrest was transported from the scene to a local hospital but he tragically passed away on Tuesday.

The man driving the Nissan Rogue has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.  Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Mr. Gilchrest who was 58 years old and from Greensboro.

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The Raleigh law firm of Hendren Redwine & Malone has helped victims of pedestrian accidents across North Carolina recover fair compensation for their losses.  In this case, it would appear that the family of Mr. Gilchrest would have a wrongful death claim arising from this accident.  As in any case, the facts surrounding this tragic accident should be promptly investigated to determine the liability of all potential parties.

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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