Pedestrian Accident

Compassioante Personal Injury Lawyers

━ Pedestrian Accident Injuries

Have you been hurt while traveling on foot by a negligent motorist? These pedestrian accidents that occur on sidewalks, parking lots, crosswalks, and elsewhere can cause devastating, even catastrophic injuries to the pedestrian. At McMahan Law Firm, LLC, we are passionate about recovering the relief North Georgia injury victims need to move on from their accident with as little hardship as possible. We work one-on-one with clients to meet their needs and limitations and call upon the resources and experience needed to aggressively pursue maximum compensation.

The Go-To Guys

━ The Vigilant, Attentive Counsel You Deserve

When it comes to proper counsel for catastrophic injury victims, there’s more to promise than aggressive litigation strategies. At McMahan Law Firm, LLC, we know that a successful suit starts with attentive, compassionate service for the injury victim and their loved ones. That means our team is ready to meet our clients at the hospital, their homes, or wherever their injury requires them to be. We will diligently work all aspects of your case—including working closely with doctors and conducting thorough investigations of your accident—to ensure that, both in and outside the courtroom, the gravity of your pain and suffering is made evident.

The Effects of Pedestrian Accidents

Unlike car accidents, the injury victims in pedestrian accidents do not have the protection of cabin safety features. Instead, they are exposed to tremendous impacts that can cause life-threatening trauma.

Injuries associated with pedestrian accidents include:

  • Seriously broken bones
  • Torn ligaments (or sprains)
  • Head and brain injuries
  • Spinal injuries
  • Lacerations (cuts) all over the body
  • Death

━ Caring, Tentative Legal Counsel 

We serve clients throughout North Georgia, including Catoosa County, Gilmer County, Gordon County, Murray County, Walker County, and Whitfield County in their pedestrian accident cases.

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