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Driver Liability

School age children and senior citizens are statistically the most frequent victims of accidents involving a pedestrian and a motor vehicle. Usually, the driver is at fault in such accidents, because the pedestrian always has the right of way. If the driver should have been able to see you (the pedestrian), even if he or she did not, driver may be found liable for the accident and responsible for compensating you for your injuries. Consult our Denton and Dallas pedestrian accident attorneys at Haire Law Firm to discuss filing a claim for injuries in a pedestrian accident claim.

Drivers’ Responsibility to be Observant

Drivers fail to see pedestrians because they are not paying attention. A driver may be drunk, under the influence of drugs, talking on the cell phone, or adjusting the radio. Whatever the cause, failing to be observant can result in serious injuries or death to pedestrians. A careless driver may turn right without stopping, may violate the speed limit, may run red lights, or may fail to yield to a pedestrian or a child on a bicycle in a crosswalk. The pedestrian accident injury lawyers at our firm have seen the catastrophic results of inattention or failure to yield.

Injuries in Pedestrian Accidents

Injuries from an accident caused by a bus, truck, or car can result in serious injuries or death. Injuries can include disfigurement, brain and head trauma, spinal cord injuries, and broken limbs. If you have been injured, or if a loved one has been killed by a motor vehicle in a pedestrian accident, contact a skilled accident injury attorney right away. At the law office of Haire Law Firm, we have skilled investigators to reconstruct the scene and research the accident. Based on our years of experience, we will provide a thorough analysis of your claim.

Contact Rocky Haire at the Denton or Dallas office of Haire Law Firm to schedule an initial consultation about Pedestrian Accidents.