How Can a Pedestrian Accident Lawyer Help You?
If you’ve been injured in an accident while you were a pedestrian, you might be wondering if it is worth it to seek the help of a personal injury lawyer.
When a pedestrian is injured in an accident involving a vehicle, it can cause serious damage. The human body is frail and can be easily injured by a vehicle. Because of this, injuries to pedestrians are more likely to be severe. Victims and families can benefit from seeking legal help.
If the accident was caused by the negligent or reckless actions of another person, the victim could receive financial compensation for their injuries and other damages such as loss of wages and psychological distress. The impacts of a pedestrian accident can last for many years. These accidents can cause a person to not be able to work and can change their daily lives. Also, medical bills from serious injuries can add up quickly and last for months or even years.
A personal injury lawyer who has experience with these claims will be able to help you with the whole legal process from start to finish. Filing a claim can be stressful. Having a lawyer with knowledge and experience on your side can give you peace of mind.
At Frekhtman & Associates, we are experienced personal injury lawyer in New York. Contact us today at (212) 222-1111.
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