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Leading Pedestrian Accident Attorneys in Charlotte, North Carolina
At Dewey, Ramsay, & Hunt, P.A., our Charlotte pedestrian accident lawyers know that most of our North Carolina residents are pedestrians at some point throughout the day, every day.
Whether you are going to work, grocery shopping, or grabbing lunch, walking is something we all do without worry, especially when the safety provided by sidewalks, crosswalks, and intersections are easily accessible along our routes.
Even though pedestrian safety is a priority, last year there were 2,350 pedestrian accidents, injuring nearly every person who was hit 2,074 pedestrians and killing 239, according to the North Carolina Traffic Crash Facts.
That is why we are here.
If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident, or have tragically lost a loved one to negligence, we want to help.
Your first meeting with our law firm will be with a skilled and experienced personal injury attorney, so you can immediately understand your legal rights and options to pursue the negligent party that caused your harm.
Our Mecklenburg County personal injury lawyers customize each case using both personalized attention and expansive resources to pursue maximum results, so you can get your life back.
Your Injury, Our Fight. How can we help you take a stand?
What are the Most Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents in North Carolina?
Drivers often give little weight to the laws that state pedestrians have the right of way.
Whether motorists are in a hurry, and simply turn before the walker or jogger reaches their side of the street, or if they go around other cars that are stopped at crosswalks, it is the pedestrian who is going to get hurt.
Common causes of pedestrian accidents in North Carolina include:
- Distracted driving
- Fatigued driving
- Making improper turns
- Drivers disregarding traffic patterns
- Failing to obey traffic signs and signals
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Failing to stop or yield at a pedestrian right of way, including crosswalks
- Entering, exiting, or reversing structures, garages, or parking lots without checking for pedestrians
Sadly, when drivers do collide with a pedestrian, it is the person or people who are hit that suffer catastrophic injuries or who cannot survive the crash.
Our skilled Charlotte personal injury lawyers will review the details of your unique case to ensure we are pursuing the negligent party for your complete financial recovery.
What Types of Injuries are Associated with Pedestrian Accidents in North Carolina?
When a person is hit by a car, truck, or SUV, their injuries are typically severe or even fatal.
The most common injuries reported in pedestrian accidents in North Carolina have included:
- Broken bones
- Road rash that requires skin grafting
- Muscle, ligament, tendon tears, and other orthopedic injuries
- Facial fractures
- Organ damage
- Internal bleeding
- Burn injuries
- Soft tissue injuries
- Neck and spine injuries
- Head and brain injuries
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Wrongful death
If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident or tragically lost a loved one who was hit by a negligent driver, contact our skilled personal injury lawyers in Charlotte today for help.
We can help you learn more about your legal rights and options to hold the liable party accountable for your life-changing recovery needs.
What Type of Financial Compensation Can I Pursue After a Pedestrian Accident in North Carolina?
Pursuing accurate and fair financial compensation from the negligent party’s insurance provider requires an experienced bicycle accident attorney to outline your complete recovery needs.
Those may include:
- Property damage
- Current and future medical care needs
- Lost wages and diminished working capacity
- Temporary or permanent disability
- Pain and suffering
If you have lost a loved one in a pedestrian accident in North Carolina, we can help give you and your family the time you need to fully heal by pursuing the negligent party for your full financial recovery during a wrongful death claim.
The only eligible party who may file a wrongful death claim in North Carolina is the personal representative, who is often the executor outlined in the will of the deceased person’s estate.
If no will exists, the court will appoint a representative, which is often the spouse, parents, or adult children of the deceased. We can help you determine your eligibility to file a wrongful death claim during a free consultation today.
At Dewey, Ramsay & Hunt, our Charlotte pedestrian accident lawyers fight for each of our new clients just as we have while recovering millions of dollars for injury victims throughout North Carolina in past cases to ensure they can heal efficiently, and that their expenses are covered, and dignity restored.
Contact Our Skilled Pedestrian Accident Attorneys in Charlotte, North Carolina Today
At Dewey, Ramsay & Hunt, our leading pedestrian accident lawyers in Charlotte provide free consultations by calling 704-377-3737 or contacting us online.
We provide unique legal services tailored to each client’s needs and do not get paid unless you do.
Your Injury, Our Fight. How can we help you take a stand?
Because every case is different, the description of awards and cases previously handled by our law firm does not guarantee a similar outcome in current or future cases.