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Pedestrian accidents can and usually results in serious injuries or even death. We have assisted numerous pedestrian accident victims recover compensation from the individual responsible for the accident.

The following types of injury could result from pedestrian accidents:

  • Spinal cord injury and brain injury.
  • Severely broken bones and damaged joints (fractured, crushed or broken hips, knees, ankles)
  • Amputation or loss of function in an arm, leg, foot or hand
  • Severe back or neck injury
  • paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Wrongful death

Were you or a loved one involved in a pedestrian accident, call us immediately and we will seek justice and adequate compensation for you or your loved one from the responsible party.

Have you or your loved ones been struck or hit by a car?

One of the more common types of cases the injury lawyers at our law firm handle are collisions between vehicles and pedestrians. Our experienced injury lawyer can help you pursue justice and adequate compensation if you were struck while legally walking on or along a roadway. Our objective as your pedestrian accident attorneys is to advocate on your behalf. We are here to assist in your recovery in every way possible. We can help you defer medical bills, recover lost wages, get compensation for pain and suffering and much more. There are no upfront costs, that means you pay nothing until we recover money on your behalf or on behalf of your loved ones.

In an accident involving a car and a pedestrian, the results are almost always inevitable and the injuries can be severe or fatal. The injury lawyer at our law firm has helped pedestrians in recovering adequate compensations from insurance companies. Call us today for free consultation as to your rights or the rights of your loved ones. 

According to the Houston Chronicle "At least 71 pedestrians died in the city through Oct. 31 -- a sum already 31 percent higher than the total for all 2015, with two months left to go. And overall traffic fatalities are up 21 percent versus the same period last year".  www.chron.com