New Jersey Pedestrian Accident Attorney
Hurt by a negligent driver?
Pedestrian accidents include injuries that result from a
car accident, bus accident,
truck accident, or
motorcycle accident. Many times these incidents are caused by an inattentive driver, drunk
driver or driver violating traffic safety laws. When you have suffered
injuries due to someone's negligence, you can file a claim with the
person's insurance carrier for damages.
- Under state laws, you may qualify for monetary damages to cover:
- Medical expenses
- Lost current and future income
- Home care
- Pain, suffering and emotional trauma
- Improperly administering anesthesia
- Misuse of prescription drugs or a medical device or implant on a patient
If you or a loved one has been injured in a pedestrian accident, contact
a personal injury attorney in New Jersey at once to discuss your case
and eligibility for personal injury compensation.
Get Help from a Personal Injury Lawyer in New Jersey
The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. has over two decades of
experience representing clients in personal injury cases involving pedestrian
accidents. We will conduct a thorough investigation of the mishap and
hold any parties responsible for the accident accountable for their negligent
actions. Our firm will compile all of the evidence and testimony needed
for your claim, and tenaciously pursue maximum compensation to aid in
The elderly and children are the most common victims of pedestrian accidents.
It can be heartbreaking when a loved one is seriously injured by a motor
vehicle. Attorneys at our law office understand the anguish and despair
that can result from an accident, and will provide professional and compassionate
legal assistance throughout your claim.
We are qualified personal injury litigators that will protect your rights
to the financial assistance you deserve.
Contact a New Jersey personal injury lawyer at The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. to find out about the
laws pertaining to personal injury compensation and how to submit a claim