Danbury Pedestrian Injury Accident Lawyers
Hit By Car, Connecticut Attorneys
When drivers fail to yield at cross-walks and intersections or run traffic lights, there is a huge risk of pedestrian injury, accidents and deaths. If you or a loved one was injured in a pedestrian injury accident, now is the time to seek knowledgeable personal injury representation. You do not want to hesitate on this. The sooner you obtain an experienced Connecticut personal injury lawyer, the sooner he or she can start gathering evidence and interviewing any witnesses.
At the law office of Alan Barry & Associates, LLC, we have more than 30 years of experience protecting the rights of injured pedestrians who have suffered because of the careless or negligent acts of others. Our Danbury pedestrian injury accident lawyers take an aggressive and results-oriented approach in seeking full and fair compensation for our clients. Whether fiercely negotiating a settlement or advocating for your rights in litigation, we are always prepared every step of the way.
We offer a free initial consultation.
Call our office at 203.797.9600 or send us a message via the contact form to the left.
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In your free initial consultation, we will take note of every detail of your pedestrian accident and start immediately on the best plan of action for your particular case. At our office, you will always be treated as family.
Danbury Hit-and-Run Lawsuit Attorney
Pedestrian injuries can be very serious and even fatal. Injuries can include:
- Head and brain trauma
- Broken bones/fractures
- Loss of limb/amputation
- Spinal cord injuries
It is not uncommon for pedestrian injury accidents to involve a hit-and-run driver. Instead of taking responsibility for their actions and assisting the injured or seriously wounded pedestrian, the driver flees the scene. Many times these are drunk drivers who carelessly and negligently cause a pedestrian accident and drive away. We will stop at nothing to make sure any of these negligible drivers are held liable in civil court