What to Do After a Pedestrian Accident
Were you or a loved one struck by a vehicle while walking down the street and have questions about what to do after a pedestrian accident? The Buffalo personal injury lawyers at Friedman & Ranzenhofer are experienced in helping pedestrians who have been injured as a result of negligent and irresponsible drivers in the Western New York area. Contact our office today.
What to Do After a Pedestrian Accident | Negligence
While pedestrians do not always have the right of way when crossing the road, they do have rights that drivers are required to respect. A driver’s failure to obey the rules of the road or use ordinary care in watching out for pedestrians can lead to devastating and life-changing personal injuries.
While pedestrians are especially vulnerable and should look out for traffic under any circumstances, a pedestrian who is lawfully crossing the street (in a crosswalk), walking along the shoulder of a road with no sidewalk, or using a sidewalk to cross the end of a driveway or parking lot exit has a right to be there.
When a pedestrian is hit by a car, bus or a truck under such circumstances, we will diligently pursue compensation for any personal injury suffered by our client.
What to Do After a Pedestrian Accident | Contact an Experienced Attorney Right Away
If you were out walking and a motor vehicle struck you, our experienced injury lawyers will help you evaluate whether you have the right to pursue a personal injury claim and determine what steps you need to take to protect your rights. Because many pedestrians suffer severe injuries after being run over by an automobile, we would be happy to come to you if you have been injured and are unable to travel.
If you or a loved one has been hit by a car or bus as a pedestrian, contact our experienced Buffalo pedestrian accident lawyers for dedicated representation. With over 70 years of combined experience, we have the skills and resources necessary to help you obtain the compensation you deserve. Contact us today for a free confidential case evaluation.