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Lombard Pedestrian Accident Attorney

Personal Injury Attorneys for Injured Pedestrians in DuPage County and Throughout Illinois

Have you been injured by a vehicle while walking or biking? While behind the wheel of a vehicle, motorists have the responsibility to watch out for pedestrians. However, accidents often occur due to driver distraction, cell phone use, driving too fast for conditions, or driving while intoxicated. When a vehicle strikes a pedestrian, it can cause serious injury or death.

If you or a member of your family have been injured by a negligent driver, call Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices today for a free consultation. Our experienced pedestrian accident attorneys have the skill and compassion you need when going through a difficult time. We will work hard to maximize your recovery in your personal injury or wrongful death case. Call us today at 630-932-9100 or contact us online.

Common Injuries in Pedestrian Accidents

Cars, trucks, and other motor vehicles can inflict severe bodily harm when they collide with a person who is on foot. Since vehicles typically weigh several thousand pounds, the force of an impact can place a great deal of stress on different parts of the body, even when a vehicle is only traveling a few miles per hour. Pedestrians who are hit by cars may experience injuries such as:

  • Broken bones in parts of the body such as the arms, legs, ribs, or hips
  • Traumatic brain injuries that may occur when a vehicle strikes a person or when they hit their head on the ground or other objects
  • Spinal cord injuries that may result in partial or complete paralysis in different parts of the body
  • Internal injuries that may involve damage to bodily organs or internal bleeding
  • Soft tissue injuries, including severe sprains, strained muscles, torn ligaments or cartilage, or dislocated joints
  • Severe cuts and lacerations that may result in permanent scarring and disfigurement

Pedestrian Accident Lawyers Who Will Stand Up to Insurance Companies

As soon as a pedestrian accident occurs, insurance company investigators and claims adjusters may come to the scene to collect evidence and protect the individuals at fault. Most of the time, their goal is to deny compensation to injured people and their families. To properly respond to the actions taken by insurance company personnel, a victim will need to make sure they are represented by an attorney who can help them protect their right to receive compensation.

The lawyers of Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices have experience investigating and litigating cases involving pedestrian accidents. We take a personal interest in each and every case we handle. When investigating an accident, gathering evidence, and negotiating with insurance companies, we work to ensure our clients understand their legal options and take the correct steps to receive the compensation they deserve.

Contact Our DuPage County Pedestrian Accident Attorneys

If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident, you should not have to continue to suffer because of someone else's mistake or poor judgment. Stand up for your rights by contacting a pedestrian accident lawyer today. At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, we can help you take the correct steps to hold a negligent driver responsible for your injuries, and we will fight to make sure you will be fully compensated for all of your damages. We feature convenient locations in Lombard, Bloomingdale, and Naperville, all with extended and flexible hours. If your injuries prevent you from coming to our office, we will come to your home or hospital room to provide you with the service you deserve. To get the legal help you need following a pedestrian accident in Cook County, DuPage County, Kane County, Lake County, Will County, or McHenry County, contact us today at 630-932-9100. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means there are no attorney fees until you win.

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