Category Archives: Pedestrian Accidents

3 Pedestrian Accident Tips

3 Pedestrian Accident Tips

Did you or a loved one get hit while walking? Check out these 3 pedestrian accident tips for guidance, then contact our Georgia lawyers today. Common Mistakes After a Pedestrian Accident If you’ve been seriously injured in a pedestrian accident, you need quickly hire the right attorney to handle your case. By not doing so, […]

3 Pedestrian Accident Questions

3 Pedestrian Accident Questions

Were you or a loved one struck by a vehicle while walking? Read this article about 3 pedestrian accident questions you might be asking, then call us. 1) What should I consider when hiring a pedestrian accident attorney? Oftentimes, a pedestrian accident results in very serious injuries, especially when pedestrian accidents are caused by drivers. […]

4 Common Pedestrian Accident Questions

4 Common Pedestrian Accident Questions

Were you or a loved one struck by a vehicle while walking? Check out these 4 common pedestrian accident questions and call our Georgia office today. 1) What mistakes should I avoid after a pedestrian accident? If you’ve been seriously injured in a pedestrian accident, you need quickly hire the right attorney to handle your […]

Pedestrian Accident Statute of Limitations

Pedestrian Accident Statute of Limitations

The pedestrian accident statute of limitations refers to the amount of time you have to file a personal injury claim after an accident. Unlike many states, Florida gives you more breathing room on your deadline. If you were struck by a vehicle while walking in St. Petersburg, for instance, you will have four years from […]

Georgia Pedestrian Accident Guide

Georgia Pedestrian Accident Guide

The Georgia Pedestrian Accident Guide was created by Princenthal, May & Wilson, LLC, to help residents recover the compensation they deserve after a serious injury. When walking anywhere, there is always the risk that you could get hurt. If you are hit by a vehicle and severely injured, you may be eligible for a pedestrian […]