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Pedestrian Accidents

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Being injured when you’re simply going about your day can be jarring at best and devastating at worst. Whatever level of injury you’re dealing with, your time, pain, and suffering does not go unnoticed. Work with a team that understands the implications of pedestrian accidents and can help you get what you deserve.

Accidents involving pedestrians are some of the most common on the road. Unfortunately, because pedestrians are so vulnerable, especially compared to vehicles weighing thousands of pounds, these accidents typically result in some type of personal injury. Vehicle drivers who make seemingly small mistakes, such as texting or talking on the phone or failing to properly stop at an intersection or light, can end up causing serious injury to walkers, joggers, and individuals simply going about their daily lives.

Some examples of faulty driver behavior that can cause pedestrian injuries are:

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HOLDING DISTRACTED DRIVERS RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR NEGLIGENCE OR RECKLESSNESS

As a pedestrian who has been injured, it is important to understand that you have right to pursue compensation through a personal injury claim. You may be facing costly medical bills, the possibility of needing rehabilitation, lost wages, and more. If your accident was the result of another’s negligence or recklessness, they should absolutely be the one held responsible for paying these expenses.

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