Coweta County Pedestrian Accident Attorneys
Fighting for the Full, Fair Compensation You Are Owed
Although many people know that “pedestrians have the right-of-way,” many motorists and bicyclists fail to yield to individuals on foot. When pedestrian accidents occur, it is almost always the person on foot who suffers the brunt of the injuries. Many pedestrian accidents even result in death.
If or a loved one were hit by a car or bicyclist and were injured as a result, you may be entitled to compensation to assist with the cost of damages, including medical expenses, lost earning ability, and more. The Coweta County pedestrian accident attorneys at the Law Office of Johnny Phillips can help you determine your options and fight for the fair recovery you are owed.
Get in touch with us online or by phone at (404) 948-3334 to schedule your free case evaluation today.
Common Injuries in Pedestrian Accidents
Pedestrians are virtually unprotected in the event of an accident. As such, they are subject to serious, extensive, and life-altering injuries when they are struck by an oncoming car, truck, motorcycle, or bicycle.
Some of the most common injuries that result from pedestrian accidents include:
- Cuts, scrapes, and abrasions
- Broken bones
- Head injuries, including traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Accidental amputation/limb loss
- Temporary or permanent physical disability
- Internal bleeding and organ damage
In addition to physical injuries, victims often suffer severe emotional trauma as well. In many instances, victims require extensive, ongoing treatment, including hospitalization, physical rehabilitation therapy, cognitive rehabilitation therapy, surgery, and more. Medical bills can quickly pile up, adding financial stress to an already difficult situation.
Call the Law Office of Johnny Phillips Today
At our firm, we make it our mission to help victims of negligence recover the compensation they need to help with associated damages. Our goal is to hold the negligent parties accountable for your injuries. We are always available for our clients, offering answers to your questions and 24/7 accessibility. We offer all our services on a contingency fee basis, meaning you don’t pay unless we recover a settlement or verdict on your behalf.
Need a pedestrian accident attorney in Coweta County, Clayton County, or throughout the Metro Atlanta Region? Call our firm at (404) 948-3334 today to schedule a free case evaluation.