New Jersey Pedestrian Accident Attorneys
Examining the Prevalence of Pedestrian Accidents in the U.S.
Approximately 12 people every day across the U.S. are killed in pedestrian
accidents. Approximately 70,000 pedestrians are injured each year. If
you or a loved one were injured in a pedestrian accident in New Jersey,
it is imperative that you seek legal advice and guidance and take the
right steps to protect your rights to compensation for your injuries and
other damages. Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law is experienced in
all types of
personal injury accidents, including pedestrian accidents, and has achieved many significant
victories in cases of
catastrophic injuries or
trucks, and buses can hit pedestrians who are crossing the street, in parking
lots, and other locations. Children are the victims in a large percentage
of pedestrian accidents. Our firm is exclusively dedicated to representing
accident victims and their families, and we work the long hours necessary
to pursue the best possible outcome in an injury case, through a settlement
or in court.
Call (201) 870-1909 to arrange for a free initial consultation.
Types of Pedestrian Accident Injuries
Due to the disparity in size between a person's body and a motorcycle,
auto, truck or bus, the pedestrian is one who will suffer.
Pedestrian accidents can result in serious injuries such as:
drunk driving, or
distracted driving is often the cause of the injury accident, all of which are acts of
negligence. A motor vehicle, even when travelling at a low speed, is likely to inflict
serious injuries or cause death. Bone fractures,
back injuries, partial or full paralysis, and serious internal injuries can be the result
of the actions of a negligent driver. Many of the victims are children
in school zones, residential neighborhoods, shopping areas, parking lots,
or other locations. If you have an injured child or a loved one killed
in a pedestrian accident, you need an attorney to handle the legal details
so you are protected during this emotionally traumatic time.
Pursuing Monetary Compensation After an Accident
For the protection of your rights to compensation after a pedestrian accident,
it is important to have an attorney protecting your interests. Legal representation
from our New Jersey
personal injury lawyers will include all dealings with insurance companies during the claims process,
and in negotiating a settlement. Insurance companies tend to pressure
injury victims into a fast settlement, and for the least payout possible.
It is imperative that you have an experienced pedestrian accident attorney
review a settlement offer before accepting it. You may be eligible for
a higher settlement amount than what is being offered by an insurance
company. This process of a low offer of settlement is extremely common.
The value of a personal injury can depend on the degree of injury, disability,
disfigurement, or other factors which will determine the monetary value
of the injury case. The attorney from the firm will pursue the maximum
possible compensation for your injuries and suffering and other damages.
In some cases, insurance companies refuse to offer adequate settlement
figures, making it necessary to take the case to court for a decision.
In either case, we have achieved many notable victories, and are personally
dedicated to protecting the interests of injured clients at every step
of the process.
Why File an Injury Claim?
You may be entitled to compensation for:
- Medical and hospital bills
- Rehabilitation costs
- Ambulance costs
- Transportation to doctor appointments
- Loss of income
- Pain and suffering
- Punitive damages
In cases of wrongful death, surviving family members can pursue justice
in the form of a monetary award. Serious personal injury accidents will
impact the entire household when a loved one has been seriously injured
in a pedestrian accident. The loss of a loved one in a wrongful death
is a terrible experience to endure, and the emotional turmoil and personal
loss are unimaginable. It is imperative that the rights of the victim
are protected, and that every possible form of compensation is sought
through an insurance claim or through a lawsuit filed in civil court.
Brandon J. Broderick, Attorney at Law can evaluate your claim at no cost and advise you on how to proceed after
a pedestrian accident.