Every 8 minutes, a pedestrian in the U.S. is injured after being hit by a car, and every 2 hours, someone in the U.S dies in a pedestrian accident (according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration). In fact, pedestrians are about 1.5 times more likely than the people in cars to be killed in a traffic accident every time they travel.
What may be more upsetting than these statistics are the facts that:
Despite the tragic occurrence and results of pedestrian accidents, injured people should know that, after these accidents:
When negligence contributes to pedestrian accidents, it often specifically manifests as some type of driver negligence, including (but not limited to):
Various other forms of negligence may also contribute to pedestrian accidents, so it’s best to consult with the Colorado Springs Pedestrian Accident Attorney with Shakeshaft-Gorman Law Firm, LLP to find out more about your case and rights after these accidents.
Have you or a loved one been hurt in a pedestrian accident? If so, the Colorado Springs Pedestrian Accident Attorney with Shakeshaft-Gorman Law Firm, LLP is ready to advocate your rights and help you recover financially. Since 1982, Shakeshaft-Gorman Law Firm, LLP has been dedicated to providing people injured in pedestrian accidents with the highest quality of legal services and representation.
This means that, while you can trust the Colorado Springs Pedestrian Accident Lawyer at Shakeshaft-Gorman Law Firm, LLP to always fight for your rights to compensation and justice, you can also count on him and all of their legal professionals to bring your case to a successful resolution.
Let’s talk about your case. You can schedule a free initial consultation with us by calling (719) 635-5886 or (800) 383-5886. You can also email us using the contact form on this page. We don’t get paid unless or until you get paid, so you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by contacting us today.
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