Avondale Pedestrian Accident Attorneys
Representing Injured Pedestrians
Have you recently been struck by a car or motor vehicle at a crosswalk, walkway or intersection in Avondale? Did the collision leave you with injuries ranging from the following:
- Simple to compound fractures
- Serious lacerations and wounds
- Spine or nerve damage
- Severe head trauma
- Amputations or sensory loss
If so, you may have grounds to pursue legal action against the at-fault driver. Call the Breyer Law Offices, P.C. today to discover what options you have in a free and confidential case consultation. The Husband and Wife Law Team of Alexis and Mark Breyer have been representing injured pedestrians for nearly two decades. They have the experience, the skill and the tenacity to see your case through to a successful conclusion. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (623) 930-8064 or submit your information online and we will contact you shortly.
Of course, you may be wondering – "How can I afford an attorney with all of these medical bills?"
This is a completely understandable concern and one that we address specifically with our No Fee Guarantee. The Breyer Law Offices, P.C. is a contingency fee based practice, which means we don’t collect a dime until your case is won. No hidden costs. No unforeseen expenses. We don’t get paid until you do. Our goal is to give you the maximum amount of time and resources to recover from your injuries, while we work on obtaining a settlement. While a successful claim cannot undo the damage done to you and your loved ones, it can certainly help move your recovery along and alleviate some of the financial burdens you may face as a result.
What Are Some Common Reasons For Pedestrian Accidents?
When operating a motor vehicle, drivers are expected to pay close attention to their surroundings and their own vehicle’s behavior. Not only is this considered safe driving - it is the law. Failure to do so can end in tragic results, with pedestrian accidents being one of the more severe situations that can occur. Because of the overwhelming size and weight difference, pedestrians are completely at the mercy of the driver. More often than not, drivers are distracted from the road by one or more of the following reasons:
- Speeding or reckless driving
- Texting while driving
- Driving while intoxicated
- Driving while exhausted or not enough sleep
- Disregard for posted yield and stops signs
Each one of these possibilities is also considered a form of negligence, thereby making the driver liable for any damages he or she causes.
Focused Representation for Pedestrians in Avondale
At the Breyer Law Offices, P.C. we believe in doing one thing and doing it well – and for almost 20 years we have been doing just that. We are an Avondale personal injury firm, which means we are solely dedicated to helping victims of negligence seek damages for their injuries and suffering. Contact us at (623) 930-8064 for additional information on our firm and how we can best represent your interests.