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Pedestrian Accident Claims
If you have suffered injuries as a pedestrian involved in a road traffic accident, you may be eligible to claim financial compensation for your injuries. According to accident statistics, in 2007 there were a total of 247,780 pedestrian casualties as a result of road traffic accidents - the severity of the injuries ranged from bumps and bruises to fatalities.
If your accident was caused by the negligence of a driver, contact the specialist lawyers at Grieves Solicitors in Huddersfield to find out if you can make a claim for financial compensation. Call 0800 0747 644 or complete our contact form and we will get back to you.
Can I Make a Claim?
If another person's negligent behaviour or driving was responsible for the accident that caused your injury or injuries, it is highly likely that you will be able to claim financial compensation.
Perhaps you were injured whilst on a pedestrian crossing, on the pavement or whilst crossing the road? Whatever the circumstances of your pedestrian accident, the experienced road traffic accident lawyers at Grieves Solicitors can provide legal advice and guidance, helping you decide whether or not to pursue a claim.
Common Pedestrian Accidents
We regularly help pedestrians injured by negligent road users; common pedestrian accidents include:
- Knocked down by a car or other motor vehicle whilst on a pedestrian crossing
- Knocked down or struck by a cyclist
- Injured when a car or other motor vehicle mounts the kerb
Remember that as a pedestrian you have right of way in all situations. Therefore, if you have been injured by a car, truck or other vehicle, you may be able to make a compensation claim.
Contact Grieves Solicitors
If you think that you have a valid pedestrian injury claim following an accident that was not your fault, get in touch with the road traffic accident lawyers at Grieves Solicitors. Simply call Freephone 0800 0747 644 or complete our contact form and arrange for your free legal consultation with a 'no win, no fee' solicitor.