As one of top motor vehicle accident lawyers in Utica, NY, we are fully capable of handling pedestrian vs. motor vehicle accidents as well. When it comes to pedestrian accidents, motorists usually are the only party walking out of a pedestrian accident unscathed.
At crosswalks in New York State, drivers are legally required to yield to pedestrians. However, drivers often fail to keep an eye out for pedestrians; thus, resulting in an accident involving a pedestrian and a motor vehicle.
At Brindisi, Murad & Brindisi Pearlman, our personal injury lawyers represent the pedestrians who are the victims of inattentive or distracted drivers in Upstate New York.
If you or someone you love was hit by a car, call The People’s Lawyer, call Brindisi, Murad & Brindisi Pearlman at (315)733-2396 or (800)8LTB-LAW.
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