Pedestrian Accidents

We Have Over 37 Years of Experience to Help You Recover Justice

There is no contest when a car, truck, or another vehicle strikes a pedestrian; the pedestrian will be the one who suffers serious injuries, like broken bones, spinal cord injuries, brain trauma, and other catastrophic damages. If you have been a victim in such an accident, you will likely need financial compensation to help you cover your expenses. A Good Law Firm can help you get the justice you are owed. You pay us nothing unless we recover money for you.

Our firm has been helping people who have been injured by negligence for well over three decades. Our Springfield pedestrian accident attorney knows how to help you maximize your claim.

The Driver May Not Be the Only One at Fault

There are countless reasons that can lead to pedestrian accidents. In many cases, the driver is not the only one who is at fault. Another person, company, or government body could be as well.

Factors that contribute to accidents include:

  • Vehicle and driver: Drunk driving, distracted driving or inattention, drowsy driving, speeding, running a red light, heavy traffic, auto defects such as brake failures or unintended acceleration, cars with large blind spots
  • Physical environment: No crosswalk or sidewalk, lack of a safe divider between opposing lanes, the size of the roadway, no walk signals or ones that are not properly timed, sidewalks that are not large enough for the volume of pedestrians, poorly designed parking lots
  • Special conditions: Hazardous weather, inadequate snow or ice removal, construction, overgrown plants and trees, street vendors blocking sight lines, inadequate planning for special events

Get the Money You Deserve. Learn How in a Free Consultation.

Have you or a loved one suffered serious injuries in an auto-pedestrian collision? Our Springfield personal injury lawyer can help you determine if you have a claim in a free initial consultation. We can meet you at your home or in the hospital when your injuries make traveling too difficult.