Work With An Experienced Injury Attorney After A Pedestrian Accident
When a person on foot is struck by a car, truck or another motorized vehicle, it is likely that he or she will sustain serious injuries. If you were injured as a pedestrian while walking or running, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries, medical bills, lost wages and other losses.
At the Law Offices of James F. White, P.C., we help people obtain compensation for losses arising from pedestrian accidents. Whether you sustained a crosswalk injury, hit-and-run injury, or another type of pedestrian injury, you can turn to us with confidence.
Contact our Norfolk County pedestrian accident attorney online. You can also call us at 508-763-6571 to learn more about our “No Fee Unless Successful” model.
Were You Injured In A Pedestrian Accident?
James F. White, our Norfolk County pedestrian accident lawyer and founder of our firm, has over 30 years of experience protecting the rights of the injured. He has significant knowledge of the ways in which pedestrian accidents can happen.
Pedestrians can be injured in any place where they share space with motor vehicles — residential streets, city streets, crosswalks, and parking lots, for example. In situations where the negligent driver does not stay at the accident scene, either because he or she purposely fled the scene or because he or she did not realize they hit a person, we can handle complex insurance issues. We are also knowledgeable about the methods for obtaining compensation when the negligent driver is unknown.
We provide strong advocacy to pedestrians who have sustained various types of injuries, including:
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Knee, ankle and foot injuries
- Shoulder, arm and hand injuries
Call 508-763-6571 To Set Up A Free Consultation
If you sustained an injury as a pedestrian, talk to us for more information. To schedule your free initial consultation, you can contact our Massachusetts law firm online or call us at 508-763-6571. We take cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you only pay us if we win on your behalf.