St. Louis Missouri Pedestrian Accident Attorney Lawyer
Pedestrian Accident | Personal Injury
Accidents involving pedestrians typically include traumatic, tragic outcomes. Victims sustain severe injuries and, therefore, they incur soaring medical bills. Also, the legal cases surrounding pedestrian accidents are complex because victims often do not realize all of the insurance sources against which they may make claims.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a Missouri pedestrian accident, you may be entitled to significant compensation under the law. You can trust The Law Offices of Stephen J. Hoffmann to fight for your rights and advocate for a fair and just settlement. We advance all costs and expenses of pedestrian accident trials and only collect fees if and when we win.
Our advocates understand how to navigate the legal complexities which often arise during pedestrian accident trials. So many factors can be at play: for instance, the driver may have been speeding, distracted by drugs or alcohol or otherwise negligent. Hazardous road conditions cause many pedestrian accidents – in such cases, the city itself may be liable for damages. Additional drivers or parties can also be liable under certian situations. Whether the pedestrian involved suffered broken bones, head injuries, disfigurement, or mental distress, the St. Louis pedestrian injury attorneys at The Law Offices of Stephen J. Hoffmann can evaluate your situation and suggest a sound, simple strategy.
Do Not Delay – Contact Us Today
In order to protect evidence, and preserve your personal injury lawsuit, it is critical to begin investigating your case immediately. Evidence and witnesses can disappear. It is important to document the important information in your Pedestrian Accient case soon after the incident. You should not delay in contacting one of our attorneys at 314.729.0803. We will begin investigating your case immediately.
For information about your personal injury case, and getting money you deserve, Contact Us at The Law Offices of Stephen J. Hoffmann.