Crosswalk Accidents: Legal Options Available

Our office has represented victims who were hit while crossing the street in a crosswalk. These accidents are often caused by drivers who are negligent and fail to pay attention to the crosswalk or are distracted by something else.

Struck by Vehicle in Crosswalk

If you or your loved one was crossing the street with the right of way, within the crosswalk, the accident is the driver’s fault. Oftentimes accidents like this result in injury of the pedestrian while the motorist suffers minimal or no damage.

Read about a fatal accident between a wheelchair and an Audi.

We advise any person who has been involved in an accident with a vehicle while in a crosswalk to contact a lawyer as soon as possible. If they have suffered injury, a lawyer will be able to help them seek the compensation that they deserve.

Family Member Killed in Crosswalk

Vehicle-pedestrian accidents like this can also be fatal. We would recommend that the family members of anyone who is killed in a crosswalk accident to contact a wrongful death attorney as soon as possible. It is likely that an investigation into the accident will significantly help the family with their side of the case, so hiring a lawyer to represent you soon will allow them to begin looking into the accident and collecting statements from witnesses or police and first responders.

More information about our Crosswalk Accident Attorneys.

We understand that when you lose a loved one, the last thing on your mind is seeking an attorney out. But, if you do hire a lawyer soon after the accident, you will have comfort knowing that the legal side of everything is being handled so you can focus on mourning with your family.

To contact the lawyers at our office, call 800.637.8170. We are available to answer any questions that you have over the phone and we also give free case evaluations. Allow us to take over the legal worries involved with the accident. We will work tirelessly on your family’s behalf to ensure that your loved one’s legal rights are protected. 

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