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Pedestrian Accidents

“Pedestrians have the right of way” may be a popular saying, but that does not stop many motorists from striking them. Pedestrians are extremely vulnerable to motor vehicle accidents and often suffer more serious injuries that motorists. Pedestrian accidents can include pedestrians, rollerbladers, runners and joggers. Often pedestrians are legally crossing streets when they are struck by motor vehicles. Many motorists ignore stop signs, crosswalk signs and the pedestrian’s right of way. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that almost 70,000 pedestrians are seriously injured in a car or trucks crash each year. Further, about 5,000 pedestrians die each year as a result of an auto accident.

Almost three quarters of pedestrian accidents occur in urban areas. South Florida is home to some of the most populated areas in the nation. The cities and streets are overcrowded, leaving pedestrians, bicyclists and motorists to fight for space. Unfortunately, not everyone understands or follows the rules of the road that govern the right of way, which results in serious injuries and death.

When involved in a crash, motorists have safety features, such as seatbelts and airbags to protect them, while pedestrians have nothing to shield them. About 90% of non-vehicle occupant deaths involve pedestrians. When pedestrians do survive, they often undergo costly medical procedures that leave them unable to work for a period of time. The Miami pedestrian accident lawyers at Friedland | Carmona will fight to recover compensation for your medical expenses and lost wages, as well as your pain and suffering. Pedestrians do not realize that they have the same right to seek financial compensation as any motorists.

The Miami pedestrian injury lawyers at Friedland | Carmona have been practicing personal injury law cases for over twenty years. Jonathan R. Friedland, managing partner of Friedland | Carmona has a track record of success and has recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars for his clients. He will work diligently to insure that you do not suffer any adverse affects as a result of your accident. As a victim of another person’s negligent actions, your quality of life should not suffer as a result. Mr. Friedland will work to ensure that it does not.

If you or anyone you know has been injured in a pedestrian accident, it is important that you call the Fort Lauderdale pedestrian accident victims as soon as possible. The Miami personal injury lawyers at Friedland | Carmona will meet with you to discuss your options and will fight with the insurance companies to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. The Broward pedestrian accident lawyers at the Friedland | Carmona will promptly investigate the accident and your injuries and work tirelessly to ensure that you get everything you are entitled.

Tragically, many victims do not recover the compensation they are rightfully due because they never contact a personal injury lawyer. Contact Friedland | Carmona by calling 305-661-2008 or filling out the contact form to your left to schedule your free consultation. Contacting the Miami personal injury lawyers is the first step! Call today and let our family take care of your family!