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San Diego Pedestrian Accidents Attorneys

Distracted and aggressive drivers injure and kill thousands of pedestrians every year. Whether focusing on their smart phone while making a turn, or speeding through a red light at an intersection, bad drivers are dangerous to pedestrians. The San Diego pedestrian accident lawyers at the Traffic Accident Law Center have helped thousands of innocent victims and their families obtain compensation for their losses. If you or a family member was injured in a crosswalk or while walking with the right of way, we will put your interests first and fight for the compensation you deserve.

Hire a Knowledgeable San Diego Pedestrian Accidents Attorney

Pedestrians and bicycle riders are at a much higher risk of harm than drivers and passengers. In fact, in 2010, pedestrians accounted for thirteen percent of all vehicle accident fatalities. This is true even though pedestrian accidents account for well under one percent of annual auto accidents in the United States.

If you were being careful and using a crosswalk while you had the right of way, a negligent driver may well be liable to compensate you for one hundred percent of your medical bills, lost wages and other losses. If you were partially at fault (e.g., you were outside of the crosswalk), you will still be entitled to obtain at least a partial recovery under California’s rule of comparative negligence. As a result, regardless of the circumstances of involved in the accident you should always consult an experienced pedestrian accidents attorney in San Diego to find out if you have a personal injury claim.

Our San Diego Pedestrian Accidents Attorneys’ Tips for Staying Safe

While you cannot control the conduct of negligent drivers, there are certain things you can do to help minimize your chances of being involved in a pedestrian accident. Our San Diego auto accidents lawyers recommend the following:

  • Always use crosswalks. Most drivers know to look for pedestrians at crosswalks, but if you are jaywalking or crossing in the middle of the street a driver may not necessarily be on the lookout for you in that location.
  • When using crosswalks, wait until you have the right of way. While it may be tempting to cross before you have the right of way, speeding vehicles and cars making turns on red can still put you at risk.
  • ,li>Even when you have the right of way, be aware of your surroundings. Drivers run red lights, and drivers making right and left turns in downtown San Diego often do not give due consideration to pedestrians’ rights.

By observing the rules of the road, you can help keep yourself safe; and, if an accident does still happen, you will be in the best position possible to obtain a full recovery in your injuries.

Contact a Pedestrian Accidents Lawyer in San Diego, CA

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured by a negligent driver, contact the Traffic Accident Law Center today. Our San Diego pedestrian accident lawyers are dedicated to representing the interests of injury victims, and we will provide the best available representation to obtain the full compensation to which you are entitled.

No recovery, no fee. If you are unable to travel we can come to you.

Traffic Accident Law Center is located in San Diego, CA and serves clients in and around San Diego, Coronado, National City, Lemon Grove, Chula Vista, Bonita, Spring Valley, Imperial Beach, La Mesa, Alpine, El Cajon, La Jolla, Santee, San Ysidro and San Diego County.

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