Tips for Preserving the Evidence of a North Carolina Car Accident
Dec 30, 2018 by epfaff
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A pedestrian versus a car or truck is not a fair match, to say the least. Drivers of cars and trucks are expected to keep a reasonable watch out for people on foot. Someone on foot is at a great disadvantage versus a motor vehicle in the event of a collision. Types of injured pedestrians include:
If you were hit by a car while walking or running on a sidewalk, on a street or elsewhere, you are encouraged to contact a personal injury attorney who can help you identify and pursue all avenues and sources of potential compensation.
The other motorist may be clearly at fault — but what if the accident was hit and run? Your own auto insurance or that of relatives with whom you live, may provide some relief. Property owners may be responsible in some cases, — for instance, if there were obstructions preventing a pedestrian and motorist from seeing one another — giving you cause to make a premises liability claim.
Learn how our personal injury law firm can help you after a pedestrian accident. If you have additional questions after reviewing the information on our website, we invite you to contact our office to schedule a complimentary initial consultation with a personal injury lawyer. To make an appointment with a Charlotte pedestrian accidents attorney, call toll-free 844-452-3688 or send us an e-mail.