Pedestrian Accidents

Representing Pedestrian Accident Victims in Arizona

The force of an automobile against a pedestrian is enough to cause catastrophic, life-changing injuries — and in especially serious cases, death. Accident victims may need extensive medical care and additional compensation to cover all expenses and losses associated with the accident. But compensation is not automatic, and insurance companies often put up a fight to protect their own financial interests.

At Erlichman Law Firm, we help pedestrian accident victims seek compensation after being hit by a car while biking, jogging or walking. Talk to Phoenix pedestrian injury lawyer Joseph Erlichman to discuss your specific legal options.

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Options for Pedestrian Accident Victims

If you have been hit by a car while bicycling, walking, or jogging, you should talk to a personal injury attorney as soon as possible following the accident. The sooner you take legal action, the more options that may be available.

If the driver of the car fled the scene, you may still be able to recover compensation for your injuries and accident-related expenses. Our firm represents hit-and-run accident victims, who may be covered under their own uninsured/underinsured motorist insurance policy.

Attorney Joseph Erlichman has more than 30 years of experience representing accident victims throughout the Phoenix area. He is familiar with the steps insurance companies take to protect their own financial interests after an accident. Our firm is fully committed to protecting the accident victim’s personal, financial, and legal interests.

Contact a Scottsdale Crosswalk Accident Lawyer

When the driver of a car is negligent and fails to see a pedestrian, accommodate a pedestrian, or otherwise acts negligently, the victim may have strong legal options. Please call 602-224-0062 or e-mail us to arrange for a free initial consultation.

Attorney fees are deducted from the recovered compensation after reimbursement of costs and expenses. In the event that no compensation is recovered, clients may be responsible for some court costs and expenses.