Pedestrian Accident Injury Claims

In this video, our experienced attorney explains the differences between pedestrian accident injury claims and car accident injury claims in Georgia.

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Question:

What’s the difference between pedestrian accident claims and car accident claims?

Answer:

Pedestrian Accident Injury ClaimsOne defining characteristic of pedestrian accident cases is that the injuries are much more serious than in an automobile crash case. Also, the fault and liability of the negligent party is typically more complicated in an auto vs. pedestrian crash rather than a two-car collision. These cases must be taken very seriously. Like any personal injury case, you mustn’t wait too long to file a claim. Make sure to be aware of the statute of limitations for your injury claim. Also, you don’t want to make any admissions or recorded statements to an insurance adjuster. Anything you say could be used against you later on in the case.


Were you or a loved one seriously injured by a vehicle while walking in Georgia and have questions about pedestrian accident injury claims?
Contact the experienced Georgia pedestrian accident attorneys at Princenthal, May & Wilson, LLC, today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
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