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Mistakes to Avoid After a Pedestrian Accident

Our experienced Clearwater injury lawyer discusses what mistakes to avoid after a pedestrian accident. Call for a free consultation.

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What mistakes should I avoid when making a pedestrian accident claim?


Mistakes to Avoid After a Pedestrian AccidentWhen people are injured as pedestrians, they make a lot of mistakes that a can affect their claim in the first day or two after the accident. The biggest mistake they make is that they don’t call a lawyer or they don’t call a good lawyer. The lawyers who are good, like the lawyers at our firm, are going to give advice to the pedestrian injury claimant. They’re going to help them get the best that they can out of that claim.
The next biggest mistake they make, if a client hasn’t talked to a good lawyer within the first day or two after the accident, is they don’t get medical care. They fail to understand that there is actual money that’s been set aside for pedestrian accidents to get medical care for their injuries. It’s important because of all types of health reasons, but all types of evidence reasons too. We have to prove these cases in court, and we have to have the evidence to prove that. That means that we’ve got to get that evidence quickly in order to make the claim as airtight as possible.

Were you or a loved one seriously injured while walking in Florida and have questions about what mistakes to avoid after a pedestrian accident?
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