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Injured When Hit By A Car While Walking

Bicycle accidents and pedestrian knockdowns usually occur when a car, bus, or truck driver fails to see a cyclist or pedestrian on the side of the road or at an intersection. As a result, car, truck and bus drivers invariably deny responsibility, claiming a bicyclist or pedestrian was in some way responsible for the accident.

At the law office of Carter Law Offices, our Kansas City pedestrian accident attorneys work with accident investigators who measure skid marks, analyze damage to the vehicles involved, and the placement of debris in order to determine what happened and expose driver negligence.

We have the experience and investigative resources needed to recover financial damages for injured bicyclists and pedestrians struck by negligent car drivers. To schedule a free consultation and discuss your case, contact bicycle accident and pedestrian knockdown attorneys at Carter Law Offices today.

Serious Injuries To Cyclists And Pedestrians

Our personal injury lawyers represent bicyclists and pedestrians suffering from the following kinds of injuries after being struck by a car, bus, or truck.

  • Head trauma
  • Brain damage
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Neck, back injury
  • Amputation
  • Disfigurement
  • Psychological trauma

The Economics Of Serious Injuries

In order to ensure our clients receive compensation proportional to the financial impact of their injuries, our attorneys consult experienced medical economists and life care planners. We take into account the cost of needed future medical treatment, physical therapy, medical equipment, lost wages, and diminished quality of life. Our goal is to help you get back on your feet in order to begin the process of physical AND financial healing.

If you have been hit by a car while walking, get help from an experienced personal injury attorney. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case and how we can help you, contact us online or call 816-283-3500.