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Pedestrian Accident Attorneys

Over 60 Years of Combined Experience In
personal injury Law

Holding Drivers Accountable For Pedestrian Accidents

In general, people on foot have the right of way when it comes to traffic. Crosswalks, sidewalks and traffic lights are designed to give pedestrians some level of protection from vehicles, yet numerous people are seriously injured, sometimes fatally, every year when negligent motorists fail to notice pedestrians.
At the law offices of Peach & Weathers, in Redlands and Riverside, our attorneys help hold drivers accountable when pedestrians are seriously injured. With more than 60 years of combined experience, we know how to recover the compensation you need so that you can begin moving forward with your life.

Trip-And-Falls And Other Accidents

People on foot are not only hurt by motor vehicles. Crumbling or uneven sidewalks and parking lots can be extremely hazardous to pedestrians. In these cases, it may be possible to pursue a premises liability case against the property owner. We are prepared to help explore all of your options.

Motor Vehicles And Pedestrians

Illegal U-turns, failure to yield, speeding and other negligent acts by drivers can lead to accidents involving pedestrians, leading to serious injuries, including broken bones, traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) and other injuries that require a long period of recovery. We will thoroughly review the circumstances surrounding your accident in order to identify all negligent parties and to increase your avenues for recovering compensation.

Contact Our Lawyers For A Free Initial Consultation

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured while on foot, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Call 909-889-0471 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case. We serve clients throughout the Inland Empire and across Southern California.
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