Representation in Pedestrian Accidents

Despite recent improvements for pedestrian safety, locations remain where attempts to cross busy streets are risky and dangerous. Whether due to a driver’s lack of attentiveness, lack of light, construction zones or unsafe road designs, pedestrian accidents have serious consequences that can pose significant changes to individual’s life.

One may need to undergo extensive medical care and rehabilitation services in attempts to restore their life to a pre-accident condition. The Law Offices of Peter D. Baron has assisted many clients through these traumatic times and can review the necessary information to obtain the amount of compensation you are entitled to.

A Clear Strategy to Obtain Control of Your Case

It is of foremost importance that a pedestrian receives all necessary medical care after suffering from serious injuries. While vital to your recovery, your medical treatment reveals the full extent of your injuries and how much care you’ll need in the future. Expenses connected to your injuries and medical care grow quickly. We can work on your behalf to examine and recover the compensation you are entitled to. Some compensation you can be entitled to may include:

  • Lost wages if you are unable to return to work
  • Costs connected to future lost wages
  • Reimbursement for paid medical and/or rehabilitation care
  • An amount for your pain and suffering and permanent injury

The Law Offices of Peter D. Baron will sort out all insurance issues that often arise with pedestrian accidents. We can review the driver’s insurance policies as well as your own homeowner’s insurance policy to get all compensation you are entitled to.

To Learn More, Call Today

There is no cost for a consultation with the Law Offices of Peter D. Baron, which can be done by calling our offices at 631-367-7000 or completing our online consultation form. Please feel free to ask us any questions you may have regarding your situation.

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