Phoenix Pedestrian Accident Attorney
A pedestrian being hit by a motor vehicle almost always ends in a very serious injury or even death of the pedestrian. The liability (who was at fault) is not always as clear as a reasonable person would think. That’s where the team and 225 years of experience at Gary Phillips Accident Law Professionals comes in and we urge you to call our office for a free consultation to discuss your legal rights. It is not always the total fault of the pedestrian, even if the pedestrian was not following all of the rules of the road such as jaywalking. Arizona law allows claims to be made even when there is comparative negligence, this is when both the driver of the vehicle and the pedestrian are partially at fault. Call our office for a free consultation, you will likely speak directly with Gary Phillips, and let us help you determine whether or not you have a personal injury claim given the facts surrounding the accident.
Gary Phillips was one of the founding partners at Phillips and Lyon and he was the head of the Significant Injury Group that handled almost all of the auto-pedestrian accident cases given the magnitude of the injuries sustained by the pedestrian. A collision between an automobile and a pedestrian can result in injuries that range from sprains, strains, broken bones, lacerations or sometimes traumatic brain damage from a concussion. With these kinds of injuries the medical bills can pile up quickly and you may need help getting the proper medical attention necessary to make you whole again. Contact Gary Phillips Accident Law Professionals today to get the help you need to get the settlement you deserve.
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