As pedestrians, we often assume that drivers around us are being cautious and paying attention to what’s going on around them. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Pedestrians often get struck by cars in crosswalks, school zones, residential streets and other areas where they have the legal right of way.
Any number of factors can contribute to accidents involving pedestrians. Drivers may be distracted or talking on their cellphones. Late at night, the threat of getting hit by a drunk driver is greater, particularly if you are walking along or across busy roadways. At any time of day, drivers may be speeding or driving recklessly, putting pedestrians at risk. And sometimes drivers are simply not paying attention.
An Unwavering Commitment To Seeking Justice For Pedestrians Injured In Accidents
When you need a strong advocate to help you navigate the complex legal issues resulting from a bicycle accident, contact me, personal injury lawyer . My extensive experience handling bicycle accident cases — and motor vehicle accident cases in general — gives me a solid foundation of insight into how to maximize clients’ recovery. You can rely on me to fight for you each step of the way.
My unwavering dedication to injury victims has led to my nickname, The Boar. Boars are perceived in many cultures as fierce warriors who are not afraid to go to battle for noble causes. As a skilled litigator and capable negotiator, I will bring that same level of dedication to your case.
Don’t settle for anything less than dedicated, determined legal advocacy. Get The Boar and you’ll get the high-quality representation you deserve.
Contact A Georgetown, Texas, Pedestrian Injury Attorney
Learn more about how I can go to battle for you, protecting your rights and interests and fighting for the justice you deserve. Call The Law Office of Carl Knickerbocker, P.C., at 512-943-7551 or contact me online to arrange a free consultation. Based in Georgetown, I handle pedestrian injury cases in Austin, Cedar Park and throughout the Williamson County area.