After a Denver pedestrian accident, an injured victim needs help – both medically and legally
When someone has been seriously injured in a pedestrian accident, it’s hard to know what needs to be done immediately to help. Pedestrian accidents often result in more serious injuries, and frequently fatalities, because pedestrians are less protected from the force of a collision and are much more vulnerable to injury, even in low-speed crashes.
After a pedestrian accident, it is a daily struggle to recover from injuries and to deal with medical bills and lost income, but there is one thing that will immediately help the survivor of a pedestrian accident.
A Denver personal injury attorney can ease the financial burdens placed on a pedestrian accident victim
The traumatic days and weeks following a serious injury from a pedestrian accident are often spent dealing with injuries, hospital stays, medical appointments and treatments, and disability. The stress of lost income due to missed work, and the medical bills that start pouring in, can be overwhelming and hinder the healing process. An injury attorney can reduce this stress by launching an insurance claim that will start the financial recovery process.
Have questions about how an insurance claim works in a pedestrian accident?
When a pedestrian is injured or killed in a collision with a motor vehicle, the driver’s auto insurance policy can provide funds to pay for damages. Also, the pedestrian’s own auto insurance policy may be available to help with the financial damages that occur after a serious injury, including lost income, medical bills, and funds for any future medical treatments that may be needed.
It costs nothing up front to hire us; we get paid when you do
Our firm will receive a percentage of the settlement that we negotiate for you. There are no up-front costs and no hidden fees. All fees and costs are paid from your settlement.
Learn more about how Denver personal injury attorney Brad Freedberg can help immediately, and get your questions answered by calling 303-892-0900 or by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.