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Pedestrian accidents happen at an alarming rate in the Inland Empire and throughout California. Each year, hundreds of pedestrians die in accidents in California. If you’re dealing with a pedestrian accident caused by a negligent driver, attorney Brian Brandt can help.
For nearly three decades, The Law Offices of Brian Brandt has been fighting for the rights of injury victims and their families throughout Southern California. Brian has a well-earned reputation throughout the state for consistently delivering results, including obtaining hundreds of millions of dollars for accident victims statewide.
What are common issues associated with pedestrian accidents?
Brian knows every accident is unique. Even so, there are many similarities between different pedestrian accidents. Some of the most common questions and issues associated with pedestrian accidents we often encounter at our law firm include:
- What are some of the top careless actions by drivers?
- How common are bicycle accidents in California?
- What are typical pedestrian or bicycle accident injuries?
- What should I do if I’m involved in a bicycle or pedestrian accident?
Whatever questions you have about your pedestrian accident, make sure you contact our law firm as soon as possible. We want to learn more about your case and help you get your life back on track.
Pedestrian accidents are serious cases. Get Brian on your side.
Experience matters when it comes to complicated pedestrian accident cases. That’s why pedestrian accident victims throughout Southern California rely on us to help them address all the legal issues associated with such accidents.
As your attorney, Brian will thoroughly investigate your accident. He’ll interview witnesses, review accident reports and gather all the information needed to hold the driver who hurt you accountable – and he’ll fight tirelessly for the full amount of compensation you need.
People walking in crosswalks or near traffic sometimes get struck by motor vehicles because the driver is negligent in some way. The following are a few top careless or reckless driving behavior we see when handling pedestrian injury claims:
- Distractions, including texting while driving
- Drunk driving
All too common. There are a hundred or so bicycle accident deaths in California each year. Often, bicycle accidents happen because motorists fail to appropriately share the road; they may block bicycle lanes or leave an inadequate amount of space when passing cyclists. Because bicyclists have little protection against impact, they can be severely injured in the event of an accident.
Injuries caused by bicycle and pedestrian accidents can be severe. That’s because cyclists and pedestrians have almost no protection against accidents involving cars, trucks and motorcycles. Some of the most common – and often most serious – injuries we encounter include:
- Broken bones
- Head injuries
- Neck injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)
Any of these injuries – and even ones not listed here – can upend your life. You may be unable to work and collect a paycheck. You may need expensive medical treatment, including prescription medication and physical rehabilitation. Insurance companies may not take into account many of these costs. Brian and his team will fully evaluate your claim and fight hard to make sure you receive full compensation for your injuries.
The first thing you need to if you are struck by a car or truck while a pedestrian or while on a bicycle is to make sure you are OK. Seek immediate medical attention as soon as possible.
Next, contact the police (or ask someone else to call 911) and tell them you or a loved one has been injured in a bicycle or pedestrian accident. The police officer will respond and create an official accident report, which can be used to support your injury claim. The Law Offices of Brian Brandt can obtain this report for you, free of charge.
Then, call us. We can contact the insurance company and deal with all the other red tape so you can focus on what really matters – your health.