Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian Accidents Lawyer in Johnson City

Tennessee Pedestrian Accident Lawyers Ready to Fight for You

Pedestrians might not think about it, but they face serious risk of injury or death every time they are out walking or jogging in Tennessee. While many pedestrians never experience what it’s like to be hit by a moving vehicle, those who are hit by a car or truck often face traumatic, life-altering injuries. Pedestrians involved in car accidents sometimes die, which may be grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit. To make matters worse, oftentimes these pedestrians are lawfully crossing an intersection, obeying traffic signals at a crosswalk, or simply walking back to their car through a parking lot.

If you’ve been injured in a pedestrian accident in Johnson City, Kingsport, Greeneville or anywhere else in Tennessee – or you lost a loved one – you will need a tough-minded attorney on your side. Take action immediately. Don’t let negligent drivers – or their insurance companies – call the shots.

Call Meade Law Group today at (423) 464-7779. With our firm in your corner, you can rely on an aggressive Tennessee pedestrian accident lawyer who stands up to the insurance companies and pursues top compensation for your losses.

Accidents often occur when drivers fail to see pedestrians or observe the right of way at crosswalks, intersections, and in parking lots. In many cases, drivers might take their eyes off the road or be unable to stop their vehicles in time. In some pedestrian accidents, a driver might be speeding, driving under the influence of alcohol, or texting while driving. In other accidents, a driver might choose to flee the scene of an accident, leading to a serious hit-and-run accident.

Common pedestrian accident injuries in Tennessee

Pedestrian accidents can be especially traumatic to victims and their loved ones. People who are walking or going for a run lack overall crash protection. That’s why injuries can be serious and even fatal.

The following are examples of common pedestrian accident injuries:

  • Broken bones and fractures
  • Internal injuries
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Traumatic brain injury

Injured in a pedestrian accident? You have rights – contact us today!

It’s hard knowing what to do after you’ve been injured in a pedestrian accident, but we can help. We can assist with the insurance claim, police reports and other paperwork associated with your accident. You can focus on your recovery and your family.

Contact Meade Law Group today. Your initial consultation is free, and you don’t pay us any fees unless we win your case.

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