If you or someone you care about has been injured in a pedestrian crash due to another person’s negligent or careless actions, you can count on Montgomery Steele Law to be by your side. Our attorneys understand that pedestrians can suffer from serious injuries and long-lasting disabilities due to an accident. Our goal is to secure the compensation you need to cover all of your injury-related expenses. We are here for you when you need an Upland pedestrian accident attorney. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation to review your case and discuss your legal options.
Let Montgomery Steele Law Take Your Case
At Montgomery Steele Law, our knowledgeable and experienced attorneys believe that the needs of the client come first at all times. That is why we will never put your case off on a paralegal or assistance. At our law firm:
We will never shy away from a battle. If we cannot secure a settlement that meets your needs, we will go to trial if necessary to secure the maximum compensation. Our case results speak for themselves.
We work hard to build trust with each client, taking the time to understand your needs and priorities.
We believe that every client deserves excellent legal representation. We take personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis and will not charge you a dime until we are successful in securing the compensation you need.
Why Do You Need An Attorney?
Pedestrian accidents often involve serious injuries. Because of this, the defendant’s insurance carrier may try to place some of the blame on you. Your personal injury lawyer will thoroughly investigate your case by:
Obtaining all evidence from the accident, including photos and video surveillance, eyewitness statements, police reports, and more.
Working with healthcare professionals to determine the total expected medical expenses.
Determining your total damages, including medical bills, lost wages, as well as pain and suffering.
Negotiating with all parties involved, including the at-fault party’s insurance company, in order to secure a fair settlement on your behalf.
Common Pedestrian Accident Injuries
Pedestrians are the most vulnerable group around the roadway. The average passenger vehicle weighs 4,000 pounds and can inflict serious injuries when striking a person. An Upland pedestrian accident lawyer commonly sees the following injuries in the aftermath of a crash:
Any injury that inhibits a person’s daily activities
In these cases, a victim is likely to need extensive medical care and rehabilitation. If they cannot work while they recover, they could lose the income needed to support themselves and their families.
Pedestrian accidents are common in this state. The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) shows us that there were 811 California pedestrians killed and over 15,000 injured during the latest reporting year. Many of these incidents occur in crosswalks, parking lots, or on sidewalks, all areas where the pedestrian has the right-of-way. In the event of a wrongful death, we can fight for your the justice of your loved one and work to secure compensation for your family.
It Is Time to Secure Your Compensation
If you or a loved one have been injured in a pedestrian accident that was caused by another person’s negligent actions, you may be entitled to compensation. At the law offices of Montgomery Steele Law, our attorneys are going to investigate what happened in your case so we can secure the compensation you deserve. This could include:
Coverage of medical bills from the incident
Recovery of lost wages if you cannot work while you recover
Pain and suffering damages
Loss of enjoyment of life damages
Possible punitive damages against the negligent party
When you need an Upland pedestrian accident attorney, you can contact us for a free initial consultation by clicking here or calling (909) 312-2111. Get the legal advice you need today. To learn about pedestrian safety, check out the guide for pedestrian safety by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
We represent pedestrian accident victims throughout the Inland Empire and surrounding areas, including Ontario, San Bernardino, Riverside, Rancho Cucamonga, Los Angeles, and Orange County.