Pedestrian Accident Lawyer in Tucson

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Have you been injured as a pedestrian in Tucson?

A pedestrian has no protection from vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles, skateboarders, rollerbladers, and being hit by one can result in catastrophic injuries or wrongful death. If this has happened to you or a loved one, you should contact a Tucson personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. The law firm of Schmidt, Sethi & Akmajian has been handling personal injury claims for more than 40 years. We are skilled litigators who have successfully represented countless clients, collecting over $100 million in settlements and trial awards. A hallmark of our firm is our steadfast dedication to relentlessly pursue the maximum compensation for our clients.

Pedestrians have the right-of-way when walking on sidewalks and in legal crosswalks. If a vehicle or other non-pedestrian collides with a pedestrian in a sidewalk, a crosswalk, while passing through an intersection or making a turn, there may be cause for an injury claim. Common injuries in pedestrian versus vehicle accidents include broken bones, road rash, internal injuries, brain injuries, and spinal cord injuries. Many of these can mean a lifetime of medical bills and disability. A victim may also have lost wages or be unable to ever work again.

Personal Injury Attorney for Pedestrian Accidents in Tucson

Since injuries sustained by the pedestrian are often quite serious, it's crucial to have quality legal assistance that can properly investigate the facts of the accident. Liability must be established in order to pursue compensation for damages. We will advise you as to whether you have a case for liability and what your options are. Be assured that if another caused your injuries, we stop at nothing in seeking fair compensation for you

Schmidt, Sethi & Akmajian

Schmidt, Sethi & Akmajian is one of the most experienced, successful personal injury law firms in the Tucson area. Established in 1995, our firm has a long history of success, as seen in our many victories.