Atlanta Pedestrian Injury Lawyers

Legal Representation for Victims of Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrians have no protection from the force of a collision, so even a low-speed impact from a motor vehicle or bicycle can cause serious injuries. The results of a pedestrian accident are often devastating, drastically changing a person's life on physical, emotional, and financial levels. Although the road to recovery is a challenging one, help and resources are available for victims and their families.

Georgia law requires drivers of motor vehicles to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks and to pay attention at all times in order to avoid an accident. When a driver fails to live up to this duty, serious injuries can result. If you've been hurt in an incident caused by another's recklessness, please don't hesitate to contact a qualified Atlanta crosswalk injury attorney like the team at Grant Law Office We can protect your rights and help you obtain the compensation you deserve. Call (404) 995-3955 for a no-cost consultation.

Time Limits for Georgia Pedestrian Injury Claims

If you've been injured in a pedestrian crash, Georgia law limits the time you have to file a lawsuit in court to two years. The deadline often falls two years after the date of incident, but since a variety of factors can change that deadline, it's important to speak to an attorney about your specific case.

The two-year deadline applies to civil personal injury cases filed in a court. It doesn't apply to a claim you might file with an insurance company, which has its own deadlines. However, if your insurance claim is made well within the two-year window for filing a lawsuit, you'll still have the option of going to court if insurance settlement negotiations fall through. Consequently, it's best to speak to an attorney as soon as you can after a pedestrian crash.

Overcoming the Large Scope of Injuries

When a pedestrian is hit by a motor vehicle, it's easy to see how catastrophic injuries result. The average passenger vehicle weighs about 3,000 pounds; a fully-loaded box truck may weigh 10,000 pounds; and a fully-loaded tractor-trailer may weigh as much as 80,000 pounds. But when a pedestrian is hit by a smaller vehicle, like a motorcycle or bicycle, serious injuries may also result.

Some of the catastrophic injuries a pedestrian might suffer in a collision include:

When a pedestrian is hit by a motor vehicle in Georgia, some or all of the medical bills related to the injury may be covered by the driver's auto insurance policy. If the driver doesn't have coverage or has only a minimum amount of coverage, however, this amount might not cover all the bills the accident forces on an injured person.

Compassionate Representation from our Atlanta Pedestrian Injury Attorneys

At Grant Law Office we believe you should have only one responsibility after a pedestrian accident: getting well. That's why we're dedicated to helping our clients with every step of the process, from filing insurance paperwork to fighting to hold negligent parties accountable in court. Our experienced Atlanta car accident lawyers can help you get the compensation you need. Contact us today at (404) 995-3955 to learn more.

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