After a Pedestrian Accident

Watch this video to learn what steps you need to take after a pedestrian accident to ensure your rights are protected. Contact our office today.

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What should I do after being injured in a pedestrian accident?


If you’re a pedestrian who has been injured in a car crash in the state of Arizona, the first thing you need to do is make sure you take care of your health. Get to the medical providers you need to and do everything you can to get back to full strength as soon as possible. After a Pedestrian Accident Also, it’s important to get photographs of the scene, the cars involved, and the area where it happened to the extent that’s possible or have somebody else do that for you. One of the other things that you should do is hire an attorney who can assist you with that quickly so that they can track down witnesses, deal with getting photographs, get the electronic data, and make sure that the evidence that’s needed is preserved.
It’s important that you also hire the right attorney to do that. Hire somebody who has dealt with pedestrian crashes, and makes this a regular focus of their practice. I always like to recommend that you get a trial attorney so that if an insurance company wants to go towards litigation, you’ve got an attorney who knows what they’re doing.

Were you or a loved one struck by a vehicle while walking and have questions about what to do after a pedestrian accident?
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Out of Town Legal Resources

We primarily help people that are injured in Arizona. That said, we are constantly looking for attorneys and online resources that can help people across the country. We found a personal injury firm in San Antonio, TX that did a great job with their online legal resources. If you are ever injured in a pedestrian accident in Texas, it might help to take a look at their online pedestrian accident resources.