Atlanta Pedestrian Accident Lawyers

Helping Pedestrians Injured In Atlanta

When a pedestrian is struck by a motor vehicle, the results may be catastrophic. Not only may a pedestrian suffer from multiple broken bones, internal organ damage, neck/back injury and head trauma from even a “minor” auto accident, a pedestrian may be at risk of losing his or her life. A driver, who is texting while driving, talking on the phone, speeding or driving drunk, may put the life of a pedestrian on the line simply because he or she was negligent or careless in some way. At Boling Rice, LLC we believe in holding negligent drivers responsible for their actions. If you or a loved one suffered injury in a pedestrian accident, we may be able to assist you in taking legal action against the driver that caused the accident and therefore your injuries. By talking to an Atlanta pedestrian injury lawyer at our firm, you can get more information about your rights and moving forward with a claim. All you have to do is call us at (770) 744-0890 to get started. We take on pedestrian injury claims involving car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents and any other type of motor vehicle-related accident throughout Atlanta and all of Georgia.

Recovering Compensation For Pedestrian Accident Victims

The primary goal of our attorneys in taking on an Atlanta pedestrian accident claim is to recover maximum financial compensation on our client’s behalf. This money may make a significant impact on our client’s life, covering medical bills, medication, medical supplies, physical therapy, future medical care, and much more. A victim may also be able to seek compensation for emotional trauma, pain and suffering and other injuries of an emotional nature. To find out what your pedestrian injury lawsuit may be worth and how you can seek justice for your injuries, contact an Atlanta pedestrian accident attorney at our offices today. Call (770) 744-0890 for a free consultation today.

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