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Pedestrian Injury Attorney

A pedestrian is anyone who travels on foot. Accidents involving pedestrians can occur on streets, parking lots, parks or gated communities and can happen to young and old. Whoever may be a pedestrian, drivers need to be aware of their presence. Sadly, pedestrians are subject to catastrophic injuries or death on a daily basis.

Some examples of pedestrian cases that Kocsis Law Office PC handles include pedestrians injured or killed by drivers who are:

  • Negligent
  • Distracted (texting or otherwise using cellphone)
  • Intoxicated
  • Running red lights
  • Hitting pedestrians in the crosswalk
  • Careless in parking lots

Some examples of pedestrian injuries include:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Concussions
  • Broken bones
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Amputations
  • Death
  • Serious and permanent injury

Damages Caused Due To Pedestrian Injury Cases

Pedestrians and their families can sustain life-altering damages such as:

  • Death
  • Serious and permanent injury
  • Medical expenses
  • Past and future wage loss
  • Loss of benefits
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of quality of life
  • Emotional distress, and
  • Loss of your spouse’s services (consortium)

Attorney J. Wesley Kocsis works hard for his clients and has a track record of recovering millions of dollars for his injured clients. He provides the same quality of service as the “big city” injury firms but with the attributes you expect from a small-town lawyer. He is personally involved with every step of your pedestrian injury case.

Talk To An Attorney With A Proven Success Record

At Kocsis Law Office PC, you will find an attorney who has experience handling a variety of pedestrian injury cases and has a proven record of success obtaining favorable results for victims of injuries. If you or a loved one is suffering a serious pedestrian injury, call 570-882-4160 or send an email to schedule your free consultation. For those who are not mobile because of injury, ask about planning for a home or hospital visit.