Pedestrian Accidents Attorneys in Granite Bay, California
Protecting Injured Victims After Pedestrian Accidents
Due to the lack of any exterior protection, pedestrians in a motor vehicle collision almost always suffer critical injuries, even if the car or truck was moving slowly. Most cases result in pedestrians sustaining major, life-altering injuries. These devastating collisions are often caused by the negligence of the driver and are often preventable. If you have been involved in a pedestrian accident, or if a loved one has been killed in one, contact a Roseville personal injury lawyer from Herrig, Vogt & Hensley, LLP and retain trusted representation to pursue the compensation you deserve.
Catastrophic Injuries in Pedestrian Accidents
Pedestrian accidents often result in catastrophic injuries, which are sudden and severe injuries that occur after a traumatic event. Some common catastrophic injuries associated with pedestrian accidents include:
Quadriplegia or paraplegia
Organ damage and internal bleeding
Accident victims who sustain catastrophic injuries may face lengthy recoveries and substantial financial expenses for surgeries, long-term rehabilitation, and lost time from work. Pedestrian accident victims may be entitled to compensation for past and reasonably anticipated future medical expenses, lost earning capacity, pain, and suffering.
At Herrig, Vogt & Hensley, LLP, we are proud to maintain strong relationships with our clients. In fact, some of our clients have been represented by our Roseville personal injury attorneys for more than 20 continuous years. We use our experience and knowledge of California laws to accurately estimate the full extent of your damages and help ensure that you receive only the highest level of compensation available for your case.
PROTECT YOUR LEGAL CLAIM BY CONTACTING AN EXPERIENCED PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER
To learn more about your rights and about how working with Herrig, Vogt & Hensley, LLP can benefit you, we encourage you to contact our firm today. We assist clients in El Dorado County, Placer County, and Sacramento County.
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