Although drivers are legally responsible for watching out for pedestrians, there are times where harmful or potentially fatal accidents may occur. In these cases, insurance companies may try to prove you were at fault in order to avoid paying full compensation.
Typical causes for pedestrian injuries include:
Careless or distracted driving
Driving Under the Influence of alcohol or drugs
If there is negligence or recklessness attributed to the cause of an accident, the pedestrian may be able to recover damages of the injuries sustained. Laws can be confusing to understand and sometimes, insurance companies use this to their advantage. They are always looking to minimize their damages and lower their payouts. They will never give you the amount you deserve, period.
You Deserve More
Whether involved in a pedestrian related accident that includes a vehicle or not, victims have rights to damages and compensation.
Don’t allow yourself to get shortchanged by insurance companies. Call Kuzyk Law today.
Why Call Kuzyk Law?
Kuzyk Law is dedicated to serving our community. We evaluate all accidents and figure out all the possible ways to protect our injured clients.
Contact Kuzyk Law today. Our experienced Los Angeles accident attorneys can get you the maximum amount you’re owed, so you can recover your finances and health in an appropriate amount of time.
Don’t Delay: Act Now!
There are multiple types of accidents and multiple types of injuries that are sustained from them. Depending on your case, you may need an auto injury lawyer to get you the full amount you are owed. Call Kuzyk Law now to set up a free, no-obligation case evaluation at 661-945-6969. We are on your side – remember, we don’t get paid if we don’t win!
I had a minor accident that messed up my neck and back. This law office hit Progressive to stop hassling me, worked with my insurance and got me a settlement. My neck and back will never be he same, but Kuzyk let me focus on getting better and take care of my daughter while they handled the insurance companies; neither of which had my best interest at heart.