Pedestrians rarely get a fair shake. All too often drivers simply fail to notice them until it is too late. The catastrophic injuries that can be caused when a speeding car impacts a human body can be truly devastating. Serious injuries and death are not uncommon results for this type of accident.
While there are crosswalks and other accommodations to promote pedestrian safety and there has even been a trend to increase the places where pedestrians have the right of way, the fact remains that pedestrians will always lose when it is a direct collision between a human and an automobile.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a pedestrian accident, you need to secure the representation of an experienced personal injury attorney.
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At the law firm of Kearney, Freeman, Fogarty & Joshi, PLLC, our Fairfax pedestrian accident lawyers are skilled and experienced. We understand how to create successful cases through thorough investigations, solid negotiations and aggressive courtroom advocacy. We are dedicated to helping our clients secure the compensation they need and deserve after a pedestrian accident.
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When pedestrian accidents occur, recovery can depend upon having your lawyer conduct a prompt investigation. If you or a loved one has been injured or you have lost a loved one in an accident, turn to the experienced Fairfax personal injury attorneys of Kearney, Freeman, Fogarty & Joshi, PLLC, in Fairfax, Virginia. To schedule your free initial consultation, call 877-652-1553, or contact us online. All personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. We collect no fee unless we secure compensation for you.
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