Pittsburgh Pedestrian Hit-and-Run Accident Attorney
If you are reading this Web page after you were injured or a family member was killed in a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania bike accident or pedestrian accident, you have no doubt experienced the this reality: pedestrians and bicyclists are no match for motorized vehicles when the two collide. A person who is walking or riding a bicycle does not have the protection of a car body that a motorist or passenger does. Very serious injuries to the pedestrian or bicyclist are common in such circumstances.
You or your loved one may have suffered from very serious injuries including traumatic brain injury, internal injuries, broken bones or spinal cord injury when hit by a car or truck. Your need for an attorney is as urgent as the victim’s need for prompt, highly-qualified medical care.
Your bike crash or pedestrian accident case matters to us at the law offices of Hal Waldman and Associates. We care. We are on your side. Contact our Pittsburgh personal injury lawyers to schedule a free conversation with an attorney about your injuries and loss.
An experienced, knowledgeable and dedicated lawyer can make all the difference to yourself and your family as you cope with:
- Medical bills
- Physical therapy
- Pain management
- Inability to go to work or school
- Wage replacement
- Practical matters including job protection and communication with mortgage companies, landlords and other creditors
The car, truck or bus that hit you in or out of a crosswalk may have been negligent. Your own auto insurance, health insurance, homeowner’s insurance or private accident insurance issued through your credit cards or organizations that you belong to may be valuable sources of compensation. An experienced accidental injury attorney knows how to maximize and coordinate your compensation from all relevant sources.
Contact the law offices of Hal Waldman and Associates to schedule a free initial consultation after you have been injured in a crosswalk accident or your family member was a pedestrian struck and killed in a parking lot or driveway or on a bike path or rural road.