Scottsdale Pedestrian Accident Lawyers
Pedestrian Accident Claim
- Have you recently been involved in an accident?
- Were you, or a loved one, injured as a result?
- Was someone else responsible for your injuries?
- Were you walking in or around the Scottsdale area when it occurred?
If so, you may have grounds to pursue legal action against the negligent driver – and the Scottsdale car accident attorneys at Breyer Law Offices, P.C. can help. Few collisions have the potential to be as devastating as those involving pedestrians. Victims of such incidents can be left with life-altering injuries and deep emotional trauma. Depending on the severity of the collision you may even have lost a loved one. That is why we are determined to help victims of pedestrian accidents get the recovery they need and the justice they deserve.
We encourage you, or a family member, to contact us at your earliest availability. Our Scottsdale number is (480) 422-5474. We understand how overwhelming such accidents can be, so if you’re unable to meet us at our office, we’ll come straight to you.
What Kind of Compensation Could I Receive?
Pedestrian accidents are often incredibly violent. The size of the car and how fast the driver was going can lead to a variety of different results. This also means every case will have a different outcome. So, it is impossible to determine, within a degree of accuracy, what a case may be worth without reviewing all the facts first. However, regardless of the actual number, there are some common categories in which damages tend to fall, including:
- Hospital expenses
- Property damage
- Therapeutic costs
- Doctor’s fees
- Lost wages
If a loved one was killed in a pedestrian accident, you may also be able to file a wrongful death claim. To learn more about your options, please call The Husband & Wife Law Team and we’ll help you sort through the details surrounding your case.
How Long Do I Have to File My Scottsdale Pedestrian Injury Claim?
Pedestrian injury claims often require a great deal of research and investigation. Even the smallest detail can have the biggest impact on such a case. So the sooner we are able to review the details surrounding your accident, the better off we’ll be establishing your case. In addition, the state of Arizona has a statute of limitation in place for all personal injury claims. This means that you have a limited amount of time in which to file. Failing to meet the deadline can result in a complete forfeiture of rights. So don’t delay. Give us a call, or send us an email, and schedule your free case consultation today.