Atlanta Pedestrian Accident Attorneys
Fighting for Fair Compensation for Injured Clients
Pedestrians have a right to share the roads with motor vehicles. When an accident happens, the pedestrian is at much greater risk of severe or catastrophic injury. The Atlanta pedestrian accident lawyers at Ross & Pines, LLC provide tailored representation to each and every client. We aggressively pursue compensation for pedestrians with serious injuries.
Call (888) 838-4858 today to schedule a consultation with an attorney in our office.
Pedestrian Accidents Cause Serious Injury
Accidents involving a motor vehicle and a pedestrian may cause severe injuries to the head, neck, brain, and spinal cord, and may lead to broken bones, the loss of limbs, paralysis, and even death. When the accident is caused by the negligent or reckless actions of the driver, the injured pedestrian can seek compensation from the responsible party.
Our attorneys represent clients injured in pedestrian accidents caused by:
- Distracted driving
- Failure to yield to pedestrian right of way
- Failure to obey traffic signals
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
You may be able to recover compensation for economic and non-economic damages related to your accident. Economic damages include the monetary losses that resulted from the accident, such as medical bills, anticipated future medical care needs, rehabilitation, and lost wages. Non-economic damages include compensation for the pain you have suffered due to the accident, such as emotional trauma and pain and suffering.
Experienced Trial Attorneys
Our seasoned pedestrian accident attorneys in Atlanta have a reputation for advocating for our clients in settlement negotiations and in court. We thoroughly investigate your accident, deal with insurance companies on your behalf, and fight for a fair settlement for your damages. You will not be charged any attorney fees until we collect compensation for you.
When you are ready to learn about your legal options, call (888) 838-4858 to schedule an appointment.