Pedestrian Accident FAQ
What are some common types of pedestrian accident cases?
At William Mattar Law Offices, we handle a variety of New York pedestrian accident cases, such as:
- Failure to Yield to Stopped Traffic
When vehicles stop to yield for pedestrians in crosswalks, drivers approaching from behind the stopped vehicles may fail to see people crossing the street.
- Intersectional or Crosswalk Accidents
Drivers must use care to avoid colliding with pedestrians, which includes yielding right of way at intersections, driveways, and crosswalks.
- Reverse Collisions
Accidents can happen in parking lots or alleys when drivers fail to see pedestrians before reversing their vehicles.
Does this sound like something you’ve experienced? Our auto collision attorneys want to help protect your legal rights to the compensation you deserve. Contact us 24/7—just dial (844) 444-4444 or fill out a free initial consultation form today.
Do I have a claim if my accident was a hit and run?
Even if the driver who caused your accident fled the scene, you may still be entitled to compensation for your injury-related expenses. Our hit and run attorneys know New York law, and we have the resources to fully investigate your claim to determine whether or not coverage may be available.
What are some common types of pedestrian injuries?
Several types of injuries can result from pedestrian accidents, including:
- Broken Bones
Broken arms, legs, ribs, and other bones often result from pedestrian impacts with cars, trucks, or motorcycles.
- Spinal Injuries
Spinal discs can rupture or move out of place when vehicles strike pedestrians, causing severe pain and loss of mobility.
- Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)
TBIs resulting from pedestrian crashes can be severe and life-altering, affecting vision, hearing, and behavior.
At William Mattar, we know the pain and suffering and medical bills following pedestrian accidents can seem overwhelming. We’re here to help you get compensation for your injuries and to cover your expenses. Don’t wait. Contact our legal team today.
What kind of compensation can I get after a pedestrian accident?
If you’ve been injured in a pedestrian accident, damages you may be able to recover can include:
- medical bills,
- lost wages,
- pain and suffering,
- and other expenses related to your injury.
Insurance companies often try to quickly settle claims without taking all of your injuries and injury-related costs into consideration. Don’t give up your rights to the compensation you deserve. Contact William Mattar, and let us fight for you.