Knowledgeable Personal Injury Lawyers Helping Pedestrian Accident Victims
If another party’s negligence caused a pedestrian accident and you suffered serious injuries as a result, you may be eligible for compensation. At the Morris County, New Jersey, law firm of McHugh & Imbornone, P.A. Law Office, our personal injury attorneys are diligent in their pursuit of compensation for pedestrian accident victims.
If you sustained injuries while walking in Elizabeth, Union, North Bergen or anywhere else in New Jersey, find out about your rights and options. The experienced car accident lawyers at our Morris County law firm understand the legal issues involved in pedestrian accidents. We will develop a strong case for you in pursuit of needed compensation for your injuries and expenses. Because our managing partner, Salvatore Imbornone Jr., spent the early years of his legal career working for major New Jersey insurance companies, he understands how insurers respond to pedestrian accident injury claims. This will give you a major advantage in your pedestrian accident case.
How Bad Drivers Cause Pedestrian Accidents
New Jersey pedestrian accidents are usually the result of negligent acts such as:
- Failing to yield the right of way to pedestrians at crosswalks
- Distracted driving and texting
- Failing to stop or yield at traffic lights and signs
- Failing to signal while turning
- Driving too fast for weather-caused road conditions
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
Our personal injury attorneys will investigate to identify the negligent party and determine how your injuries occurred. Our goal when building a pedestrian accident case is to help you focus on your recovery while we work to obtain maximum compensation so that you can cope with significant medical bills and other expenses related to your pedestrian accident. Defendants in the cases we bring are usually drivers of motor vehicles or property owners and their insurance companies.
Examples Of Pedestrian Injuries
Our lawyers seek compensation for clients who experienced pedestrian injuries such as:
- Abrasions and lacerations
- Broken bones
- Head and brain injuries, including traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
Injuries such as these can leave victims unable to work for months or years. People may need ongoing physical and emotional therapy. They may need modifications to their home and vehicles. Our job is to help New Jersey pedestrian accident victims obtain resources that allow them to pay for these expenses so they can focus on their physical recovery.
Call The Accident Lawyers At McHugh & Imbornone, P.A. Law Office
If you were injured in a pedestrian accident, learn how our lawyers can help you obtain the compensation you need, want and deserve. There are important filing deadlines in New Jersey personal injury cases, so talk with one of our pedestrian accident attorneys today. Call us at 973-315-8502 or contact us via our online form.