Category Archives: Pedestrian Accidents

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 […]

Princenthal & May Secures $2.75 Million Judgment for Client

Princenthal & May Secures $2.75 Million Judgment for Client

On Monday, February 13, 2017, Partner Matthew T. Wilson obtained a $2.75 million judgment before Fulton County State Court Judge Patsy Porter, for our injured client! Matthew, as he always does, worked hard for our client, who was lawfully crossing the street in a crosswalk when she was struck by a vehicle. Great job, Matthew!