White Plains Pedestrian Injury Lawyers

The risks of suffering a catastrophic injury are greatly increased when an auto accident involves a pedestrian or bicycle rider. The lack of all the protections that we take for granted in an automobile such as seat belts, air bags and having the structure of the car itself there to absorb the force of an impact with another motor vehicle often causes much more severe injuries for the pedestrian or bicycle rider.

Some of the more common injuries can include:

  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Spinal cord injuries (paralysis, etc.)
  • Bone fractures

Pedestrian and bicycle accidents often happen in or involve:

  • Crosswalks
  • Intersections
  • Motor vehicles entering bike lanes
  • Drivers opening their doors into the path of a bicycle rider (dooring)

After being struck by a motor vehicle, a pedestrian or bicycle rider will need to pursue compensation to help cover the costs of the medical care he or she needs. As with all personal injury cases, it is wise to discuss your situation with an attorney sooner rather than later. There may be certain time limits on taking action to pursue compensation. This may especially be the case if you were injured by a city bus or other type of government vehicle.

Working with an attorney who understands how to make the law work for you can be crucial in helping you obtain the compensation you need.

The Skilled Representation People Can Rely On Since 1974

At Finger & Finger, a Professional Corporation, our firm is highly skilled at identifying the long-term medical needs of our clients and crafting personal injury cases that can effectively pursue the compensation necessary to meet those needs. We are a family law firm with more than 100 years of combined experience. Our two generations of attorneys are dedicated to providing our clients with the highest level of personal service while we work to secure the compensation they need.

Pedestrian And Bicycle Attorneys Helping People In Westchester County

Do not talk to an insurance company without first discussing your situation with one of our attorneys. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 866-266-9914 or 800-203-4078 or contact us online.

We only collect attorney's fees if we secure compensation for you.