Were You Hit By A Car?

A pedestrian accident lawyer will help you get back up.

There are few things scarier than being hit by a car while you’re on foot. It’s scary enough to be involved in a crash while inside a car or truck, but at least then you have some protection from the body of the vehicle around you. When a car hits a pedestrian’s body directly, serious – and often fatal – injuries follow.

If you or a loved one was hurt in a pedestrian accident, the Oliver Law Group can help. We represent people who have sustained serious injuries and help them get back on their feet.

What happened wasn’t your fault. We’ll help you move forward.

Pedestrians and motorists both have a responsibility to share the road appropriately, but when either party fails in that responsibility, it’s the pedestrian who gets hurt. Some dangerous driving behaviors that often cause pedestrian accidents include:

  • Driving too fast in areas with significant pedestrian traffic
  • Texting while driving or other distracted driving
  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Driving while fatigued/falling asleep at the wheel

You may think that your case will be easily resolved and your injuries will be covered by insurance. Unfortunately, that’s rarely what happens. You’ll be dealing with the insurance company representing the at-fault driver, and their priority is to protect their client and reduce their liability – not to help you.

That’s not right. That’s why you need an experienced attorney to help with your personal injury claim. We’ll listen to your story and get your perspective on what happened and how the accident has affected your life. Our legal team will find the evidence needed to build a strong case for you, and we’ll handle the insurance company on your behalf so that you can focus on getting better.

Contact us today to learn about your legal options in the wake of a pedestrian accident. You have rights, and you need to discuss them with an experienced attorney. Call (800) 939-7878 for your free consultation.