If you or a loved one has been involved in a pedestrian accident, you are not alone. Every two hours in the United States, a pedestrian is killed by a car, truck, motorcycle, or bus. There are over 4,000 pedestrian accident deaths per year. In Ohio, nearly 10% of all auto accidents involve a pedestrian.
Unexpected accidents like these create questions and uncertainty about the future. You need your questions answered and guidance on what to do next.
At the Ohio law firm of Slater & Zurz LLP, we have over 40 years of experience handling pedestrian accidents. We’ve helped clients get the verdicts and settlements they needed for their injuries and their futures.
Contact us and speak with an experienced attorney about your pedestrian accident case. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call us at 888-534-4850, email [email protected] or send us a message here from our website.
All initial consultations are free. There is no cost to you whatsoever. There is no obligation to hire our firm. If you do decide to hire us, there will be no upfront fees or monthly retainers. We represent clients injured in pedestrian accidents on a contingency fee basis. That means you have no out-of-pocket costs. It also means we only get paid if we get you results. If we don’t deliver you results, you owe us nothing.
Injuries from a Pedestrian Accident
A human body colliding with any size vehicle rarely escapes harm. Serious injuries such as traumatic brain damage and broken bones are common with pedestrian accidents. Because of the injuries, there will be medical bills, lost income from missing work, pain and suffering. It takes a long time to recover from these severe injuries. Some people never fully recover. The effects of the accident are permanent for them and their families.
Seeking compensation for your injuries and damages caused by a pedestrian accident can be complex and time consuming. You have two years from the date of an injury from this type of accident to file a lawsuit. Even if you think you are partially at fault in the accident, you still may be able to recover.
Drivers of cars, trucks, buses and other types of motor vehicles deal with more distractions than ever. Rain, snow and fog make it hard for drivers to see. The use of mobile phones take away the attention of drivers. They concentrate on telephone conversations or texting rather than what’s going on around their vehicles.
Learn about your options and what you should do by contacting us for a free consultation with an attorney experienced with pedestrian accident cases in Ohio. Please call 888-534-4850 or send us a message here from our website.