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Taking Action For Injured Pedestrians

Motorists must be on the lookout for pedestrians, particularly on streets and roads that have a lot of foot traffic. When negligent drivers fail to watch out for pedestrians, the outcome can be catastrophic or even fatal. If you or a loved one has been injured while crossing the street, it is essential to work with attorneys who are fully invested in holding the negligent driver accountable for your damages.

At Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP, our team has worked tirelessly to help accident victims rebuild their lives for decades. Our lawyers are skilled investigators, strong negotiators and tough litigators who will go the extra mile to prepare the strongest possible case. Our staff also provides invaluable support. For instance, we have a nurse paralegal who can help review your injuries and how they have impacted your life.

Holding Motorists Accountable After A Pedestrian Accident

Pedestrians have no protection against oncoming traffic. When cars collide with pedestrians it can cause severe, or even fatal injuries. Our team takes on all types of accidents, including crosswalk accidents, hit-and-run accidents and more.

Under the state’s no-fault law, all medical bills are paid by the driver who hit the pedestrian. Our lawyers can make sure you are being treated fairly and determine if any legal action can be taken against those responsible for your injuries to help pay for additional expenses, lost wages, and your pain and suffering.

Set Up Your Free Initial Consultation Today

We know how difficult life can be after an accident and make every effort to help you with the financial aspects of your case so you can focus on getting better. Call our law firm at 302-298-0370 or complete our online contact form to get started. You do not pay attorneys’ fees unless we are successful in your case. We represent victims throughout Delaware and the surrounding areas.