Pedestrian Injury Lawyers in Columbia, South Carolina
When most people think of accidents involving cars or trucks, they think of accidents between two or more vehicles. But pedestrian accidents are very common in both South Carolina and Georgia, in rural areas as well as towns and cities, and they can cause devastating injuries. Like all accidents, pedestrian accidents are completely unexpected: one minute, you're jogging, crossing the street or walking to your car in a store parking lot, and the next moment, your entire life can be changed from someone else's negligent act.
At Best & Flatt, P.A., our lawyers have been handling personal injury accidents like pedestrian injuries since 1992, and we understand the effects these accidents can have on the victim and the victim's loved ones. Injuries from pedestrian accidents can be severe and long-lasting; even a seemingly minor “bump” can cause neck and spine injuries that can take months or even years to recover from. In addition to medical and therapy costs, pedestrian accidents frequently cause pain and suffering as well as lost wages. Many accident victims find their savings are quickly depleted.
Accident cases involve some investigation to gather eyewitness accounts and other data that can help prove your case. The most important thing is to begin working with an attorney as soon as possible so your case can be properly and thoroughly established. If you've been involved in a pedestrian accident in Georgia or South Carolina, we can help. We work hard to get accident victims the compensation they need and deserve following a pedestrian accident. The first step in ensuring your rights are protected is to call us today at 803-252-1800 to schedule a consultation or click below for more information.
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