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Charles County Accident Attorney Represents Your Interests as an Injured Pedestrian

An accident between a car, truck, motorcycle, or bus and a pedestrian has the potential to cause life-threatening injuries. The odds are stacked against you from the start. As someone walking on foot or riding any form of non-motorized transportation, you’re simply no match for the thousands of pounds of force from the vehicle that strikes you. As you recover from your injuries and rebuild your life, you need an experienced Charles County accident attorney like John Critzos, II to fight for the compensation you deserve.

Typical Causes of Pedestrian Accidents

Inattention is the cause of the majority of accidents when the driver of a motor vehicle strikes a pedestrian. He or she may have failed to yield right-of-way at a crosswalk, disregarded a stop sign or traffic signal, failed to look to the right when entering a crosswalk, or failed to notice the arm of a school bus coming down indicating that children are about to cross the street. It’s also possible the driver was under the influence of alcohol or drugs or made a deliberate choice to drive recklessly.

No matter how the accident happened, you deserve fair compensation for the expenses you have incurred as a result. In addition to hospital, doctor, and physical rehabilitation expenses, you have probably lost wages from missing work. You may also be entitled to additional compensation if your injuries from the accident are severe enough to affect your quality of life.

Don’t Fight the Insurance Company on Your Own

You have enough to worry about just recovering from the accident without the added burden of financial stress. Charles County accident attorney John Critzos, II will fight to ensure that you receive all of the compensation you’re entitled to. Please contact us at 844-Take-MyCase or visit our website at www.844TakeMyCase.com today.

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Oxon Hill, MD 20745
410-267-1880
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