Pedestrian Accidents in San Francisco, CA
Get Experienced Legal Representation from Scarlett Law Group
Licensed drivers have an obligation to yield to pedestrians at crossings and to drive with caution wherever heavy foot traffic occurs, especially in a populated area like San Francisco. Unfortunately, many drivers disregard their duty to safety when pedestrians are present, resulting in devastating accidents, injuries, and even deaths.
At Scarlett Law Group, our firm has successfully recovered millions of dollars for his clients for over 25 years. We can thoroughly review your case and determine all of your available legal options to obtain the most favorable outcome possible.
Call (415) 688-2176 to speak with our San Francisco pedestrian accident lawyer today.
Were You Hit by a Negligent Driver?
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, approximately 600 pedestrians die each year in California auto accidents and thousands more suffer serious injuries. Although motorists are protected by the body of their vehicles, pedestrians typically sustain catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and broken bones.
Common areas where pedestrian accidents occur include the following:
- Parking lots
- Residential streets
- Shoulder of highways
In many cases, the motorist tries to blame the victim, claiming that he or she was jaywalking, texting while walking, crossing against the traffic light, or otherwise at fault. With a skilled and reliable attorney on your side, we will develop an effective and personalized legal strategy to get the compensation you deserve.
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If you hit by a negligent driver while on foot, our San Francisco pedestrian accident lawyer is ready to help you recover the monetary damages necessary to cover medical costs, loss of income, as well as pain and suffering. Whether we reach a settlement inside or outside the courtroom, we are ready to fight tirelessly for you.
Contact us and schedule a consultation.