About Pedestrian Accidents
A pedestrian is no match for any type of vehicle. They are the most exposed and least protected of all who share our roadways. It is shocking that thousands of pedestrians are injured or killed while peacefully walking on sidewalks, along roadways or in crosswalks. When drivers are too busy talking on the phone, listening to music, conversing with passengers, and distracted by traffic or other events, it is the pedestrian that suffers the most when accidents happen. These preventable accidents often lead to catastrophic injuries that devastate the lives of the victims.
As an injured pedestrian, you or a loved one will need immediate and ongoing medical attention, and often be unable to perform usual daily activities without pain or discomfort and will have to make significant lifestyle adjustments. You may be able to pursue compensation for you injuries and to fight to recover medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, future medical expenses, lost wages and lost quality of life among other damages. A knowledgeable lawyer can help you determine how to make a claim and can provide the legal knowledge and documentation to support your personal injury claim for full compensation.
Powerful Advocacy for Victims
At Mulvey Law Offices, we understand the pain and frustration of being injured while innocently going about your business. Most people experience shock and outrage at the inconsiderate foolishness of the negligent driver who would hit an innocent pedestrian. This sense of violation only compounds the severity of the injuries and that on top of the stress caused by the accident, can only lengthen the time it takes to heal. Attorney Bill Mulvey, Attorney Lesley Cornell and Attorney Patrick Mulvey can come to your aid and help you deal with the burdens you now have.
We are qualified to help you by reviewing the important factors of the accident and compiling the requisite paperwork to substantiate your claims. As needed, we can consult with medical specialists, life care experts, economic analysts and other types of experts to provide further substantiation if you require ongoing medical care, future rehabilitation, occupational therapy or other services in order to achieve a full recovery or the best possible of quality of life after a pedestrian accident.