Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian Accidents

Trusted and Experienced Attorneys Serving Pedestrian Accident Victims in the Portland Area

When we walk through crosswalks in cities, suburban neighborhoods, and rural areas we rarely think about the danger we are in. Yet, every year 70,000 pedestrians in the United States are hit by vehicles and either injured or killed. These injuries are often serious because a pedestrian does not have the protective steel shell of a car like a driver does or even the helmet that protects bicyclists and motorcyclists. If you are a pedestrian who has been injured by a driver, cyclist, or motorcyclist, let the experienced Oregon pedestrian accident attorneys at Owens / Pinzelik, P.C. help you get the fair and just compensation that you deserve.

Professional Advocates Providing Quality Legal Representation with a Client-Oriented Focus

Contact us today if you are a pedestrian who was hit by a driver, whether you were walking through a marked intersection or not. Drivers have a duty of care in regard to pedestrians that is relatively high. But pedestrians do not always have the right of way. It is important to talk with an attorney if you have been involved in a pedestrian accident to get competent legal advice. The lawyers at Owens / Pinzelik, P.C. have dealt with numerous clients suffering from injuries resulting from a pedestrian accident. We will vigorously pursue compensation for injuries such as:

  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Broken bones
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Neck and back injury and pain
  • Internal organ damage

Portland Area Lawyers delivering excellent legal services Owens / Pinzelik, P.C.

Contact the accident injury attorneys at Owens / Pinzelik, P.C. today to schedule a free and confidential consultation if you are a pedestrian who has suffered injuries as a result of a collision with a car, truck, or other vehicle. As with all of our personal injury cases we work on a contingency basis and will not earn any money from your case until you do.

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