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Pedestrian Accident

John B. was a pedestrian traveling in his wheelchair when he was struck by a car and suffered a tibial plateau fracture of his left leg. After returning to the ER multiple times following his accident it was determined that he also suffered from septic shock caused by an infection in his lower extremity wounds resulting from his motor vehicle accident. The Bourassa Law Group Team aggressively negotiated with the Insurance Company resulting in tendering the full policy limits with a $500,000.00 settlement for John in under 5 months!

Pedestrian Accidents & Injuries

Motor vehicle drivers and pedestrians aren’t the only victims of car accidents in the United States. Traffic accidents also affect several pedestrians each year, causing them to sustain serious injuries. These may require long-term care and/or expensive medical treatment, adding to the victims’ distress. This is why it’s imperative to hire a pedestrian accident lawyer at the earliest and strengthen your chances of getting a just settlement.

Pedestrian accidents usually occur because of the motorists’ negligence. Speeding, distracted driving, dangerous maneuvering, poor navigation, and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol may all lead to serious accidents involving pedestrians. Consequently, pedestrians may sustain various types of injuries, such as brain and spinal cord injuries, burns, fractures, lacerations, and other traumatic injuries that can compromise their health. Depending on the severity of the injury, victims may also require lifelong medication and lifestyle adjustments.

If you or a loved one has sustained an injury in a car accident, reach out to a professional pedestrian accident lawyer today!   

Find a Pedestrian Accident Lawyer Near You

The Bourassa Law Group comprises a team of pedestrian accident lawyers who can help you with your injury claim. Fill out our contact form or call at (800)870-8910 to speak to a representative today.

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