Charlotte Pedestrian Accident Lawyers
Offering Dynamic, Compassionate Representation to Injured Pedestrians
North Carolina states that pedestrians have the right of way in all intersections, whether or not there is a crosswalk. Motor vehicles must always be careful in areas with heavy pedestrian traffic. When a pedestrian is struck by a car, the result is nearly always catastrophic, or even fatal, for the pedestrian. This is the case even if a car is moving at relatively slow speeds. If you were hit by a car while walking, or if someone you love was injured, you have many pressing concerns. Your health is of primary importance, but there are other problems as well. You may not be able to support yourself and your family while you are recovering from your injuries. In fact, you may never be able to do all of the same things you were able to do prior to your accident.
If someone else was at fault for your injuries, you have the right to demand compensation for your medical expenses, your lost income, and pain and suffering. The lawyer you choose to represent you will have a major impact on the way your case is resolved. Choose wisely. Choose Hefferon Law, PLLC. Based in Charlotte, our law firm has a history of representing people throughout the state.
North Carolina Pedestrian Injury Attorneys Serving People in Monroe, Gastonia and Across the Region
Attorney Paul Hefferon takes pride in helping injured people maximize their recovery. After a pedestrian accident, we will first investigate the accident, both to understand the cause of the accident and to find everyone who shares liability. Some accidents are caused by speeding drivers, or drivers who were distracted or intoxicated. Our Charlotte pedestrian accident attorneys understand what to do to make a successful claim on your behalf.
Contact Hefferon Law, PLLC
Our lawyers offer a free initial consultation in personal injury and wrongful death claims, and accept all personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis. Call (704) 365-2600, or e-mail our law firm to get started.