Virginia Pedestrian Accident Attorney
Pedestrian accidents can be extremely devastating, often resulting in serious injury or death. If you or a loved one was injured or killed while walking in Virginia, we may be able to provide pedestrian accident representation throughout Hampton Roads, Virginia and the United States.
Common causes of pedestrian accidents include: drivers refusing to yield; “blind” driveways that prevent drivers from seeing pedestrians; speeding; distracted drivers; drunk drivers; and reckless drivers. A Virginia Beach accident attorney can help you recall the events and review evidence to uncover the true reason for your accident.
Frequent injuries occurring to pedestrians struck by moving vehicles include:
- Broken, sprained and fractured bones
- Torn ligaments
- Road rash
- Nerve damage
- Spinal injuries
- Brain damage
Secure Compensation with the Help of an experience Virginia Accident Lawyer
There is no end to the dangers that cars pose to people walking, which is exactly why our state creates laws to protect pedestrians. If you would like to take action against a negligent or reckless driver, please contact the skilled Hampton Roads pedestrian accident lawyers at BREIT LAW PC here in Virginia Beach, VA. You have the legal right to claim compensation for:
- Medical expenses
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional duress
- Lost wages
- Punitive damages (if applicable)
- Wrongful death (if applicable)
- And more…
When a pedestrian accident occurs, the pedestrian has the same right to seek financial compensation as any motorist. Just like other accidents involving motor vehicles, it is important to hire a sophisticated and knowledgeable attorney familiar with the unique issues involved in pedestrian accidents and pedestrian injuries, who will conduct a prompt investigation of the accident and your injuries, who has credibility with auto insurance companies, and who will work tirelessly to obtain for you the compensation to which you are entitled.
Pedestrian injuries can also arise from causes other than collisions with motor vehicles, such as hazards created by the defective or dangerous condition of sidewalks or parking lots. Property owners, municipalities, or other third parties may be held liable if they were negligent.
If you have any questions or are interested in speaking with a pedestrian accident attorney about your case, please contact BREIT LAW PC today.