If you or a loved sustained an injury from a pedestrian accident, D. Miller & Associates, PLLC can help with your case. We provide legal services for pedestrians injured in car accidents.
We will review the details of the accident and discuss your legal options. We may be able to help you file a claim with the at-fault party’s insurance company, so you can recover your losses.
If you have been injured, we can help. Call 713-850-8600 for a no-obligation legal consultation with a pedestrian accident lawyer in The Woodlands, TX.
We Provide Legal Assistance for All Types of Pedestrian Accidents
Your case is personal and deserves to be heard. Regardless of the circumstances or nature of your accident, our attorneys are available to hear your case. If we believe you have a claim, we can help you pursue recovery for your damages.
The types of accidents we manage include:
- Driving while on the phone
- Breaking the speed limit
- Driving while under the influence (DWI)
- Traffic violations, such as failing to stop at a crosswalk
- Left-hand turns
- Negligence or reckless driving
Do not hesitate to take legal action against the at-fault party. Please call us at 713-850-8600 to set up a consultation and discuss whether we can help you seek recovery.
Determining Who is at Fault for Your Damages
If you were injured in a pedestrian accident, we may able to help you establish who is at fault. We may also be able to prove how the party’s actions or negligence led directly to your injuries.
, if you and the driver are both partially to blame for your accident, you may still recover damages. Depending upon the details of your case, the driver’s insurance may compensate you for part of your medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages.
A D. Miller & Associates, PLLC pedestrian accident lawyer can take a personal interest in your case and work with you to establish your claim. Please call us at 713-850-8600 for a free case review with an attorney.
Legal Services for Pedestrian Accidents
If you have been injured, you may not know how to pursue your claim against the at-fault party. Our law firm can represent you through the legal process and manage your case.
We can guide you through the legal process, so you don’t have to face the insurance company yourself. With legal representation, you may have the leverage you need to win your case and recover your medical expenses or lost wages.
Contact the Insurance Company
Dealing with the at-fault party’s insurance company can be a hassle. Rather than engaging with the insurance company yourself, we can handle all correspondence and submit documents the insurance adjuster requests.
Gather Proof of Liability
The insurance company may request proof of liability to determine the legitimacy of your claim and the value of your case. The types of evidence we may gather include:
- Testimony from those who witnessed the accident
- Medical records documenting your injuries
- Receipts and bills to prove out-of-pocket expenses
- Testimony from medical experts
- The official police reports from the officer at the scene
Fight for a Fair Settlement on Your Behalf
The insurance company may attempt to minimize your claim. The adjuster may also reject your claim. If so, we will fight for a settlement on your behalf. We may be able to help you get the recovery you deserve.
File a Lawsuit Against the At-Fault Party
If the insurance company rejects your claim without cause, your case doesn’t have to end there. We can go over your legal options and may take your case to court.
Damages You May Claim for Your Accident
You may incur various expenses and losses after your pedestrian accident. Your damages may include physical injuries, non-economic damages, and medical bills.
Although it is impossible to estimate the full value of your damages, we may be able to negotiate with the insurance company to cover all your expenses, as well as other financial losses.
We account for:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages or benefits
- Long-term pain and suffering
- Loss of earning capacity
- Mental distress
- Loss of consortium
File Your Claim Within the Statute of Limitations
According to the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, Title 2 § 16.033, you have two years from the date of your accident to file a claim against the person responsible for your injuries and subsequent losses.
If you want to recover damages, it is imperative that you file your claim within the deadline.
Miller & Associates, PLLC is Here for You
If you are facing medical bills, pain and suffering, or lost wages due to your pedestrian accident, a personal injury lawyer at D. Miller & Associates, PLLC can help. We are available to answer your legal questions and assist with your claim.
Call 713-850-8600 for a free, no-obligation consultation with a pedestrian accident lawyer in The Woodlands, TX.
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