Traffic Accidents Involving Pedestrians

According to the National Highway Safety Administration, 5,376 pedestrians were killed in traffic accidents in 2015, and an additional 129,000 pedestrians were treated in an emergency room for crash-related injuries. If you live in or near Clark or Garland County and have been injured in an accident, it’s critical that you contact a local, and trusted pedestrian accident attorney in Arkadelphia.

Our attorneys’ understanding and experience representing pedestrians will ensure you are fairly represented and compensated for your injuries. In a culture heavily dominated by vehicle traffic, we are aware of the challenges pedestrians often face, and the uphill battle a lawsuit might entail.

For more information about pedestrian and car accidents: Who is Responsible?

Pedestrian Claims in Arkadelphia, AR

Pedestrians comprise a heavy portion of commuters in a town with two universities. College students in Arkadelphia find themselves regularly interacting with vehicles on the road.

In addition to Arkadelphia, there is an increasing number of pedestrians in nearby Hot Springs. Locals and tourists frequently enjoy Central Avenue and Bathhouse Row, as well as Oaklawn. A high number of pedestrians coupled with a large number of vehicles on the road results in increasingly dangerous situations.

Injured in a Pedestrian Accident?

At Taylor King Law, you won’t just be a statistic. Our attorneys will be on your side – by your side throughout the process; from filing claims and reaching out to witnesses, to obtaining compensation for medical bills as well as pain and suffering.

If you, or someone you love, were the victim of a pedestrian/traffic-related-accident, reach out to us today.

Contact Taylor King

Car Accident Personal Injury Lawyer

Come by our office located on Main Street in downtown Arkadelphia today or call us at 1-800-227-9732. You can reach us locally at (870) 246-0505. A consultation with an attorney is free. Have a question? We’re available online 24/7 HERE.

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