Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian Accidents

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If you have had a pedestrian accident and suffered an injury, you could be entitled to make a no win no fee pedestrian compensation claim. We are experts and will be able to assess your case and advise you quickly.

Don’t delay contact us now to find out if you have a claim for your injuries or losses

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At Adam Law solicitors, we deal with enquiries every week from pedestrians that have been injured due to a number of reasons which may involve the fault of a car, bus, lorry or other vehicle.

Can I make a claim for my pedestrian injury?

Pedestrian accident claims can involve many different circumstances, for example, if you are hit by a vehicle whilst on the pavement, or whilst on a pedestrian crossing, you could have a strong case to pursue a claim against the driver.

If you are a pedestrian that has been injured whilst trying to avoid a carelessly driven vehicle, you still could be entitled to make a pedestrian compensation claim, even if the vehicle did not come into contact with you.

Road traffic accidents involving pedestrians can be more complicated if the pedestrian has not crossed at a designated pedestrian crossing. In these cases your chance of claiming compensation would depend on who is at fault for the accident.

At Adam Law, our expert pedestrian accident team know how to handle these types of claims quickly and effectively whilst always giving you a high level of client care.

 All our pedestrian accident claims are handled on a no win, no fee basis

Statistics suggest that in the UK, over 30,000 pedestrians are injured each year as a result of road traffic accidents.

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To find out if you have a claim for your pedestrian accident contact us now on 0114 256 0111, or email us or fill in the form on the left now.