Pedestrians Hit in Crosswalk
While pedestrians are almost always protected under law, this is particularly true in crosswalks. If you or a loved one has been injured by a negligent driver while in a crosswalk, our team is here for you.
Columbus, Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers
Having obtained millions of dollars for personal injury victims since 1986, we are prepared to approach pedestrian crosswalk cases with intense investigation and preparation. We know that insurance companies may try to employ various tactics to limit payouts. We will use our network of experts to build a rock-solid case.
It is important to realize that a pedestrian may be entitled to damages for:
- Hospital and medical expenses
- Past and future lost earnings
- Past and future permanent physical disability and ongoing care
- Emotional distress (such as depression and anxiety)
- Damage or destruction of property
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
Contact us as soon as possible. Obtaining statements and other evidence to help you protect your rights is critical from the very beginning of a case.
Contact Our Columbus, Ohio, Crosswalk Accident Lawyers
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced Columbus car accident lawyer, please contact Clark, Perdue & List via email or at 614-469-1400.
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