Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

Aggressive Pedestrian Accident Lawyer for Injured Pedestrians

In a Texas, Louisiana, and Florida pedestrian accidents are devastating. If you or a loved one has sustained considerable losses, due to being struck by a vehicle, then you should pursue compensation from the at-fault party. The Texas, Louisiana and Florida personal injury lawyers at the Testa Law Group handle pedestrian accidents and is comprised of dedicated professionals that specialize in getting clients the maximum compensation that they deserve. Call the Testa Law Group for a free consultation with a pedestrian accident lawyer at 877-780-9052.

Do I Have a Pedestrian Accident Case?

Pedestrians are quite exposed to their surroundings. Without any form of security, their bodies bear the brunt of a crash in an accident. That is why pedestrian accidents often end in serious injuries and fatalities. Even a slow moving vehicle carries sufficient energy to cause detrimental trauma. It is not unusual for pedestrian accident victims in Texas, Louisiana, and Florida to experience broken bones, traumatic head injuries, internal bleeding, organ damage, and in some cases spinal cord injuries. While a pedestrian can employ in street safety practices to reduce their risk of being involved in an accident, they cannot entirely avoid a careless, reckless, or negligent driver who happens to cross their path or be in the vicinity.

The dependable pedestrian accident lawyers at the Testa Law Group strive and enjoy fighting tooth and nail for injured victims that have suffered from the acts of negligent wrongdoers who must be held accountable for their actions. We pay particular attention to the goals of our clients and work to incorporate strategies to produce the most beneficial outcome possible. Call us at 877-780-9052 to receive a free consultation with a pedestrian accident lawyer.

What Compensation Can I Collect in my Pedestrian Accident Case?

If you have sustained injuries or lost a loved one in a pedestrian accident situation, then you may recover damages for:

  • Property damage
  • Emotional distress
  • Past medical expenses
  • Future medical expenses
  • Loss of consortium
  • Funeral costs
  • Lost wages and lost earning potential
  • Pain and suffering

Compensation is not unobstructedly given in a personal injury or wrongful death case. As the claimant, you must prove your injuries, your losses, and demonstrate that another party was to blame for the accident.

Common Reasons for Pedestrian-Car Impacts

Pedestrians are often struck by drivers who fail to exercise proper caution and attention while driving. While some accidents involve adverse climates or dangerous road conditions, many are the result of a driver´┐Żs negligent or wrongful actions, such as:

  • Driving while intoxicated
  • Trying to pass a stopped school bus
  • Speeding
  • Failing to yield
  • Failing to stop
  • Failing to follow school zone speeding rules
  • Failing to address and stop at crosswalks
  • Distracted driving

Pedestrians can do their share to defend and shield themselves from some types of harm by wearing visible or reflective clothing, crossing the street at designated crosswalks, staying on the sidewalk, and walking along the sidewalk facing against traffic.

Hire a tough Pedestrian Accident Lawyer For You and Your Family

Our dependable and tough Texas, Louisiana, and Florida pedestrian accident attorneys at the Testa Law Group are dedicated to helping pedestrians involved in accidents and work diligently to ensure the maximum amount of compensation that they rightfully deserve. Please contact the Testa Law Group at 877-780-9052 for a free consultation with a pedestrian accident lawyer and to get helpful information about your personal injury claim if you were the victim of a pedestrian accident.

Call 877-780-9052 for a free consultation today.

With offices through Texas – TX01, TX02, TX03, TX04, TX05, TX06, TX07, TX08, TX09, TX10, TX11, TX12, TX13, TX14, TX15, TX16, TX17, TX18, TX19, and TX20.

Florida – FL30, FL31, FL32, FL33, FL34, and FL35.

Louisiana – LA21, LA22, LA23, LA24, LA25, LA26, LA27, LA28, and LA29.