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Free Consultation on all Personal Injury Related Matters
We take personal injury claims on a contingency basis.
There is no attorney fee unless you recover compensation.
Many fatal and injury-causing accidents happen when motor-vehicle drivers do not yield to the right of way of pedestrians at crosswalks and intersections. Our attorneys will investigate the cause of the accident, preserve evidence and track down eyewitnesses so you get the compensation you deserve. Pedestrian accidents are serious most of the time. As a result, it is extremely important to obtain full financial compensation so you can receive the medical care and rehabilitation services you will need.
Causes of Pedestrian Accidents
Driver inattentiveness is the primary cause of pedestrian accidents. Whether you are crossing a street, biking or jogging, pedestrians are at risk for serious injury in all accidents. A vehicle going only a few miles an hour can seriously injure a pedestrian or cause permanent disability. Common causes for pedestrian accidents are:
Pedestrians hit by motor vehicles may suffer a catastrophic injury. These injuries may require extensive time and rehabilitation to heal, and can be very expensive. If an accident occurs, it is important that you see a doctor and receive the proper medical care immediately, then contact one of our experienced attorneys who have handled many pedestrian injury cases to ensure you receive compensation.
If you have lost a family member in a Charlotte pedestrian accident, the attorneys at Hull & Chandler will help you understand your options and will help you file a wrongful death claim. Our attorneys have experience helping grieving families hold negligent motorists accountable for the tragic loss of a loved one.
Non-Vehicular Pedestrian Accidents
Thousands of pedestrians are injured every year in accidents not caused by automobiles. Non-vehicular pedestrian accidents may have multiple responsible parties, including construction companies, property owners and government entities. If a property owner is responsible for your injury, you may have a claim under premises liability law.