Where Did The Driver Think You Were Supposed To Walk?
Despite West Virginia laws that make it clear that cars, trucks and even bicycles must yield the right of way to pedestrians, hundreds of people are injured every year in crosswalks and parking lots and on sidewalks in towns throughout the state. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that more than 20 pedestrians are killed during a typical year,* and many more are injured, including children.
Pedestrian accidents ▪ Bicycle accidents ▪ Uninsured driver ▪ Drunk driver
The personal injury team of Farmer, Cline & Campbell, PLLC, has years of experience litigating claims against insurance companies. You have probably already experienced the worst of what the insurance companies will throw at you after a pedestrian accident. It was your own fault. The driver had the right of way. Your child should have been more careful. They want you to believe these things, but you honestly don’t.
Preparing Your Case For Trial Makes Insurance Lawyers Know We’re Serious
The truth is, it takes an experienced personal injury lawyer to stand up and fight aggressively on your behalf. Winning your case for full and fair money damages will require professional skill, access to experts and financial resources to advance the cost of your claim as your case progresses.
Why hire us? Four good reasons.
Free Consultation ▪ No Fees Unless You Win ▪ We’ll Come To You
Our team has a successful record fighting the biggest insurance companies in America on pedestrian and bicycle accident claims. You have our experience at your fingertips. Contact us now for a free consultation.
Contact us to discuss your pedestrian accident. I will give you a free assessment of your case. If you can’t come to us, we will come to you.
* Statistics from National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website