Pedestrian Accident Attorneys

When a pedestrian is injured, there can be more than one party with legal responsibility for the accident. Depending on the circumstances, potentially liable parties can include the driver of a vehicle that injured a pedestrian or the party responsible for maintaining the sidewalk, road, or parking lot where the accident occurred.


Both drivers on the road and pedestrians must follow the rules and exercise reasonable care. Generally, who is at fault is determined by the law of negligence in the pedestrian-vehicle accident. This standard is based on who has the duty of care owed by those involved. Many times, by evaluating the evidence at the time of the accident, it may be obvious who was negligent. However, the court looks at numerous factors to the negligence elements, so it's crucial to follow proper steps.


If you or someone you love has been injured in a pedestrian accident,


  • Call the police immediately and advise them you are injured

  • Seek medical attention

  • Gather information, names, and phone numbers of any witnesses

  • Don’t make any statements to any insurance companies



In the last year alone, Louis White Law has obtained $9 million for its friends, family and clients. Let us give you the confidence to concentrate on your physical recovery while we put in the legal leg work. Call now for a no-cost confidential consultation.


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