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Pedestrian accidents injure and kill thousands of people every year. Young children in particular are at risk for this type of accident, though no one is immune. If you or someone you love sustains an injury while walking, jogging, or riding a bike, you need an experienced personal injury attorney on your side right away to help ensure you are not cheated out of the compensation you deserve.

If you are looking for a dedicated personal injury lawyer, please contact the Duncan Firm office at 877-638-6226 today to schedule a free consultation.

Common Pedestrian Accident Injuries

Pedestrian accidents are likely to result in serious personal injury including:

  • Broken of pulverized bones
  • Spinal cord and neck injury
  • Head and brain injury
  • Internal organ damage

Tragically, many pedestrian accidents also result in death. No matter the extent of injury, if yours has been sustained due to someone else’s negligence, you are entitled to hold them accountable and seek compensation well in excess of initial insurance offerings. Our Little Rock personal injury lawyers are here to take your case and help you get the total compensation you are due.

Establishing Liability

Many pedestrian accidents are a result of cellphone use while driving. This particular form of distraction places pedestrians in extreme danger and requires increased vigilance when walking or riding a bicycle. However, not all pedestrian accidents can be attributed to distraction.

The personal injury attorneys at our firm will conduct a thorough investigation into your accident to establish liability. Even if you are partially responsible, you may still be entitled to certain damages. We will discuss this with you in greater detail during your initial consultation.

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To schedule your free consultation with one of our experienced accident attorneys, please call 877-638-6226 or contact Duncan Firm online.

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