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Pedestrians are more vulnerable when it comes to traffic accidents than most other travelers. Although it is this fundamental belief that is the cornerstone of motorist- pedestrian traffic laws, many pedestrians are still injured every year at the hands of negligent drivers. These accidents can result in significant and catastrophic injury to pedestrians. It is for this reason that it is of paramount importance for injured pedestrians to seek the immediate advice of an experienced legal professional.

Both drivers and pedestrians are expected to exercise a certain level of care when traveling by car or by foot. When a driver is negligent and responsible for causing an accident, they may aggressively defend their actions by questioning the care exercised by the pedestrian. When this happens, an experienced attorney can help actively pursue a personal injury case while defending the pedestrian’s actions and rights.

Typically, these accidents result in significant injury or even death to the pedestrians involved. The cost of these catastrophic events can be both financially and emotionally taxing. Working with a skilled personal injury attorney can help injured parties and their loved ones get the compensation they need to improve after their loss. Medical bills, loss of companionship and even the loss of future earnings can be calculated when seeking damages. An attorney can provide families with the strong representation needed to request compensation for these losses.

Depending on the situation, some motorist- pedestrian accidents can be difficult to tackle. Fortunately, experienced attorneys know what to expect from negligent drivers and their insurance companies and have the resources needed to pursue the claim.