Columbus Pedestrian Accident Lawyers

Attorneys That Will Bring You Justice & Fair Compensation

Pedestrians are a common sight in a city like Columbus, as it is home to Ohio State, many sporting arenas, businesses, clubs, and entertainment venues. Despite the prevalence of pedestrians, many drivers choose not to pay attention or yield the right-of-way to people on foot. Tragically, this leads to devastating accidents, often resulting in catastrophic injuries and deaths.

If you were injured as a pedestrian, the Columbus pedestrian accident attorneys of Ross, Midian & Breitmayer, LLC are here to help. These accidents can be devastating, leaving you and your family dealing with life-changing injuries and unimaginable losses. You should not have to bear the physical, emotional, or financial costs of these injuries when you had no control over the accident. We are committed to helping you recover compensation for the suffering you have endured due to another person’s negligence. Take a look at our client testimonials, and see why we are the most trusted team of pedestrian accident lawyers in Columbus, OH.

Providing Personalized Guidance Through Tough, Challenging Situations

Pedestrian accidents are often complex. Unfortunately, many at-fault drivers flee the scene of the accident out of fear, leaving injured individuals behind. The negligent driver may also deny they were at fault.

It is important to contact an experienced personal injury lawyer after being hit by a car. The insurance company may reach out to you and offer a settlement—keep in mind that the insurance company is not on your side. In fact, this settlement offer is likely far lower than what you deserve. Insurance companies often take advantage of injured victims’ unfamiliarity with the law and their own rights to avoid paying out high-value claims.

When you trust your case to Ross, Midian & Breitmayer, LLC, our Columbus pedestrian accident lawyers will handle everything connected to your injury claim, including:

  • Reconstructing the accident to collect evidence
  • Collecting witness accounts of the accident (if available)
  • Ascertaining the full value of your case, including the cost of your current and future damages
  • Negotiating with insurance companies to ensure maximum compensation
  • Going to trial if necessary, to obtain the results you deserve

At Ross, Midian & Breitmayer, LLC, we have devoted our services to helping injured individuals obtain compensation for a stress-free recovery. We also dedicate our energy to holding negligent drivers responsible for your injuries so you do not have to pay for the losses you endured. We know the process can be daunting, which is why our team offers consistent communication and case updates throughout the process. We are always available, 24/7, to take your call and answer any questions you may have.

We’ve Recovered Millions for Injured Clients

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What Causes Pedestrian Accidents?

Pedestrian accidents can be caused by a number of different reasons. Usually, pedestrian accidents involve drivers claiming that they did not see the pedestrian. Although this may be true and unfortunate, in most cases that doesn’t excuse the driver from being responsible for your accident. Knowing what leads to a pedestrian accident can greatly help both pedestrians and drivers avoid being in such accidents.

Distracted Drivers
This can include driving and texting, or using a cellphone for any other reason while driving.
Speeding decreases the reaction time that a driver has to stop the car and prevent an accident.
Weather Conditions
Severe weather conditions can make it difficult for drivers, as well as for pedestrians. Weather conditions impacting accidents can include rain, fog, icy roads, snow, hail, or wet roadsides.
Jaywalking is one of the most common causes of pedestrian accidents. If you were a pedestrian who got injured due to an accident while jaywalking, this may impact the compensation that you are eligible to receive.
Missing Prescription
If drivers with poor visibility are not wearing prescription contacts or glasses, they may miss a road sign or a pedestrian, causing an accident. Similarly, pedestrians with poor visibility may mistakenly jaywalk, risking physical harm.
Poor Visibility
Another example of poor visibility is a misadjusted mirror or improper use of headlights.
Drugs or Alcohol
Medication, drugs, or intoxication can critically impact the severity of a pedestrian accident. Both a driver and a pedestrian may be at fault for using drugs or alcohol. If a pedestrian is intoxicated, it may cause him or her to jaywalk. If a driver is intoxicated, he or she may have blurred or double vision, creating a serious risk of harm to themselves, pedestrians, and other drivers or passengers.
Left Turns
Left turns can oftentimes be tricky, and may lead to accidents if not properly navigated. When drivers are turning left, it is important that they make sure to navigate the crossing of the opposite lane of traffic.

Contact Our Attorneys for Powerful Legal Representation

It is important to act quickly after a pedestrian accident. In Ohio, you only have two years from the date of the accident to bring your claim. Contact us today to learn how our attorneys can help you determine the best path moving forward. We can travel to you and because we offer contingency fees, you do not owe us any legal fees unless we recover compensation on your behalf.
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