Bicyclists And Pedestrians Are At Risk For Serious Injuries
Even on a quiet street, pedestrians are in danger of being hit by cars or trucks. Whether they are crossing the street in a crosswalk or jogging along the road, a motor vehicle collision can result in catastrophic injuries or even death.
If you were struck by a motorist or you lost a loved one in an accident, it is wise to seek the counsel of a skilled personal injury lawyer. Law Offices of Mohammed Alzaidi has provided exceptional client service to injured individuals for more than 24 years. With offices in Phoenix, we represent clients throughout Maricopa County and across Arizona.
If a pedestrian is struck by a car, the victim will likely suffer broken bones, torn ligaments, brain injuries or spinal cord damage. Part of the danger in these accidents entails the victim being struck, falling to the ground and being run over by the original car or other vehicles on the road. Serious injuries and wrongful death are common outcomes when a vehicle hits a pedestrian.
Bicycle Accidents In Phoenix
Due to the college population and year-round warm weather, residents of Maricopa County can be seen walking, jogging or riding bikes at any time of the year. Serious accidents can occur while taking part in these activities and can result in devastating injuries such as paralysis and brain trauma.
It is not uncommon for drivers to fail to recognize a cyclist while turning right on red, merging across a bike lane or exiting a parking garage. In any of these situations, a bicyclist can suffer serious injuries as a result of the collision.
Call Or Email Our Firm
Law Offices of Mohammed Alzaidi can be reached 24 hours a day at 602-705-0222 or toll free at 877-900-1791. The firm can also be reached by email. For your convenience, we offer evening and weekend appointments by request. We offer services in Spanish and Arabic.
Unlike most attorneys who require that you pay 33.3 percent of your recovered compensation in attorney fees, we offer a more reasonable contingency fee of 25 percent of your recovery for non-litigated cases.