Pedestrian Accident

Pedestrian Accident from The Seegmiller Law Firm

By: The Seegmiller Law Firm  09/14/2015
Keywords: Accident Lawyer, Car Accident Lawyer, Car Accident Attorney

Although many people enjoy to walk, whether for exercise, relaxation, or as a means of transportation, pedestrians often face considerable risks to their personal health and safety whenever they walk in areas that feature even moderate vehicle traffic. While most pedestrians get to their destination safely, there are, sadly, many in California who do not because of the reckless actions of drivers and other parties, something which our team at The Seegmiller Law Firm knows can be extremely devastating for the victim and their family. When a pedestrian is involved in a car accident, it often causes them severe physical injuries that result in costly medical bills and income lost as a result of time spent away from work recovering, in addition to many other consequences. Dealing with these expenses and repercussions of an accident can be difficult; however, pedestrians who are injured by the actions of others can hold those parties accountable legally, helping them get the funds necessary to recovering and putting their life back together.

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