Pedestrian Accidents

When pedestrians are injured in accidents, the resulting injuries are typically horrific. From brain injuries to paralysis to amputations, there is little question that the impact that results from a motor vehicle hitting a pedestrian is life-altering, and even life-ending.

At Winer, McKenna & Burritt, LLP, our attorneys use a client-centered approach to the law designed to help those who are injured in pedestrian accidents and other motor vehicle accidents recover the compensation they need to obtain medical care, pay their bills and find ways to move on with their lives. Our partners have obtained in excess of $150 million in verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients over more than 60 combined years of experience, during which time they have created a culture of excellence that they instill in every member of our firm.

Call us today at (510) 433-1000 to learn how one of California’s pre-eminent injury law firms can help you. For general information about pedestrian accidents, visit our FAQ page.

Causes Of Pedestrian Accidents

Situations that routinely result in pedestrian injuries and a lifetime of physical complications include:

  • Accidents resulting from drivers failing to yield right of way
  • Intersection accidents
  • Crosswalk accidents
  • Distracted driving accidents (driver fails to see pedestrian)
  • Drunk driving accidents (driver’s reflexes are impaired)
  • Collisions in parking lots
  • Drivers speeding through yellow lights or busy intersections

When you are harmed as a pedestrian in these or other situations, you can turn to us and know that your case is in the hands of capable attorneys who have fought for the recovery of clients throughout California.

Significant Pedestrian Accident Cases

Contact The Team At Winer, McKenna & Burritt, LLP

Call (510) 433-1000, or fill out our online form to arrange a free initial consultation with one of our accomplished Los Angeles-, San Francisco- or Oakland-based pedestrian accident lawyers. We pursue all cases on a contingency fee basis.