Victims Of Pedestrian Accidents Have Rights — We Can Help
Accidents involving pedestrians often result in catastrophic or even fatal injuries. When a person is walking and is struck by a moving vehicle, he or she is completely unprotected and vulnerable to the force of an impact. If you are the victim of this type of accident, The Hoyt Firm is here to help.
Our father-son legal team has extensive experience in complex personal injury cases, including pedestrian accident claims. We know how to investigate your case, identify liable parties and fight for the full and fair recovery you deserve. Our goal is to pursue the full amount of damages available to you and hold responsible parties fully accountable for their actions.
Why Do These Types Of Accidents Happen?
Like those hurt while riding a bike, pedestrians are often victims of the negligent or reckless actions of a motorist. Speeding, distraction and reckless behaviors often contribute to these types of collisions, bringing harm and lasting damage to people doing the following:
- Walking or running for exercise
- Crossing the street at a crosswalk
- Walking through a parking lot
- Commuting on foot
- Traveling on a sidewalk
In many cases, pedestrians have the right of way and drivers are simply careless or inattentive. You may be unsure of the factors that played a role in your accident, but our lawyers Wade C. Hoyt III and Wade C. Hoyt IV will explain your legal options and take immediate action to protect your legal and financial interests.
Due to the severity of most pedestrian accident injuries, your recovery may be extensive and expensive. We have secured numerous multimillion-dollar settlements for our clients. Our attorneys promise to strive to maximize your claim and secure the financial restitution you need for time missed from work, medical bills and ongoing physical support you require.
Learn About Your Legal Options Today
You could have a rightful claim to compensation after a pedestrian accident. Contact The Hoyt Firm in Rome, Georgia, at 706-622-9812 or online to learn about the legal options available to you during a free initial evaluation of your case.