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Pedestrian Accidents: Common in Big Cities

As unfortunate as it may be, pedestrian accidents are quite common in big cities. Some of these are relatively minor while others result in serious injury or even death.

As you can imagine, these accidents can happen at anytime. This includes while crossing a street, walking on the sidewalk, or strolling through a parking lot.

If you have been involved in a pedestrian accident, there are several details that go into determining whether or not you are entitled to compensation.

Here is the most important question that needs to be answered: who had the right of way? For example, if a pedestrian is crossing the street at a crosswalk he or she clearly has the right of way. However, every situation is not as cut and dry.

If you have been involved in a pedestrian accident, there is nothing more important than seeking immediate medical attention. From there, you can begin to gather information as it pertains to your situation. This includes everything from medical bills to insurance information to witness names and much more.

Do I have a Claim?

At some point, you will need to answer this question. Of course, doing so on your own can be an impossible task. This is why you should contact an experienced pedestrian accident attorney.

Since every case is unique, it is difficult to say how much compensation you may be entitled to. However, victims are in position to recover money related to medical costs, lost wages, future medical costs, and pain and suffering.

If you have been involved in a pedestrian accident and need legal help, feel free to contact us at your earliest convenience.

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