Pedestrian Accident Lawyers
Standing Up for the Rights of Pedestrians
Distracted driving results in nearly 25% of all car accidents. With the rise in new technology, these distracted drivers continue to increase in number. On average, a pedestrian is killed every two hours and injured every eight minutes. The damage these careless drivers cause should not be your problem.
Our pedestrian accident lawyers are skilled in analyzing automobile policies to ensure that you are covered if hit by a distracted driver. We work hard to help clients get the money they need for medical bills, missed work, and pain and suffering by helping them file personal injury lawsuits against responsible parties.
To discuss details of a pedestrian accident with Lowe Law Group, be sure to contact us at (801) 900-4681.
Common Reasons Accidents with Pedestrians Occur
As a pedestrian, there is almost no instance where you do not have the right of way on the road. If an accident occurs and the pedestrian was not engaged in any reckless behavior—like running across a highway or failing to walk along the crosswalk—the driver is almost always at fault.
The following are some causes of pedestrian accidents:
- Texting while driving
- Exiting a parallel or highway shoulder parked car
- Drivers making hasty turns
- Drunk driving
- Walking at night in dark clothing
Trust a Firm Dedicated to Excellence & Compassion
At Lowe Law Group, we strive to provide excellent, straightforward legal counsel with a compassionate hand. Suffering an injury as a pedestrian is often devastating and difficult to recover from. The goal of our pedestrian accident attorneys is to remove the stress of a lawsuit from our clients’ minds so they can focus solely on recovering.
We realize that medical bills are expensive and that the lawsuit to receive compensation for an accident can take a long time. For this reason, we work on contingency fees and do not collect any payment unless the case yields damages for our client.
Call (801) 900-4681 to schedule a free consultation for your case.