Pedestrians are more vulnerable to injuries than anyone else in and around the roadways. If you or someone you care about has been injured in a pedestrian accident that was caused by another person, the qualified and experienced team at Montgomery Steele Law is here to help. We will investigate your case and work to secure the compensation you are entitled to. Call our law firm today for a free consultation when you or a loved one need an Ontario pedestrian accident lawyer.
Why Choose Montgomery Steele Law?
When you are injured and trying to obtain compensation for your injuries, the team at Montgomery Steele Law will be by your side with an elite attorney.
We believe that every client deserves superior legal representation, which is why we take the time to get to know your priorities and needs.
Our personal injury attorneys have a track record of success, including obtaining payout and settlements that meet all of our clients’ needs, not just some of them.
We will even work to ensure any outstanding medical bills or other unexpected expenses that are a result of your injuries are taken care of and paid on time.
Why is an Attorney Necessary?
Even when a pedestrian accident seems straightforward, that may not always be the case. The defendant’s insurance company may dispute the events of the accident and could even try to blame you for your own injuries. Your attorney will combat these tactics by:
Thoroughly investigating the incident (photos, video surveillance, police reports, eyewitness statements, etc.).
Obtaining your medical records and bills to show your economic losses.
Tirelessly negotiating with all parties involved to reach a fair settlement.
We have years of experience dealing with insurance companies. Following an accident, the at-fault party’s insurance company will typically offer you a low settlement for your injuries. We will fight to make sure you obtain the maximum compensation you deserve.
Pedestrian Accidents Can Lead to Major Expenses
Pedestrians have no protection from the force of a vehicle slamming into their bodies. Thousands of pounds of force can lead to serious injuries. It is not uncommon for a pedestrian accident victims to encounter the following:
All too often, pedestrian crashes happen in places where the pedestrian has the right of way, including crosswalks, intersections, parking lots, and sidewalks. The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) tells us that there were 811 California pedestrian fatalities and more than 15,000 pedestrian injuries during the latest reporting year. A high percentage of all pedestrian crashes result in an injury or a fatality.
Some of the main causes of pedestrian collisions include drivers who speed, are impaired, or are distracted behind the wheel. Car accidents, and any other motor vehicle accident for that matter, can easily turn into pedestrian accidents.
We Are Ready to Help You Today
If you or someone you love is injured in a pedestrian accident that was caused by another person’s careless or negligent behavior, you need to call an attorney today. At Montgomery Steele Law, our qualified and experienced team of personal injury lawyers are going to get to the bottom of what happened in order to secure the compensation you need, including:
Your medical expenses related to the crash
Lost wages and benefits if you cannot work
Pain and suffering damages
Loss of personal enjoyment damages
Punitive damages against those responsible
Our legal team takes personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, so you will pay no legal fees until we win. When you need an Ontario pedestrian accident lawyer, you can contact us for a free case evaluation by clicking here or calling us at (909) 310-8510. For information on pedestrian safety tips, check out the guide for pedestrian safety on the website for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
We represent all of Southern California, including San Bernardino County, the Inland Empire area, Riverside County, and Los Angeles. Get the legal advice you need from the personal injury lawyers at Montgomery Steele Law today.