More than 4,000 pedestrians are killed every year in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. These accidents include crosswalk injuries and other instances when a motor vehicle hits a pedestrian. Many people survive these accidents with severe—sometimes permanent—injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured by a car or truck, talk with a lawyer today.
Wagner Law, LLC, serves clients throughout the Eau Claire and Menomonie areas in all types of vehicle accidents, including those involving pedestrians. We understand that these collisions can be devastating to the pedestrian. You and your family can rely on our attorneys for support as we guide you through the personal injury process and obtain fair and reasonable compensation for all losses.
Call us to speak with an attorney about your case at 715-235-6400.
Seeking the Compensation You and Your Family Need
You are entitled to seek compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and additional losses caused by the collision. In wrongful death cases, the family may also receive burial/funeral compensation and compensation for the personal loss of a loved one.
When injuries are catastrophic, as they often are in these cases, the need for compensation is even greater. We work with medical and vocational/economic experts to calculate the projected amount of compensation you will need for past and future losses from the accident.
Injuries common to pedestrian accidents can include fractures, amputations, scarring, disfigurement, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, back injuries, and joint injuries. You may need compensation for temporary or permanent injuries. Children and young adults may need a settlement to pay for lifelong medical treatment.
We Understand the Serious Nature of Pedestrian Accidents
Your consultation with our pedestrian accidents attorney is free. Please email our office or call our law office at 715-235-6400 (Menomonie) or 715-829-6999 (Eau Claire) to speak with one of our attorneys.