Every year hundreds of pedestrians in Arizona are injured or killed by motorists; out walking their dog, walking to school, jogging for exercise, hurrying to the bus stop, or crossing the street to get to a restaurant, library, or sporting venue.
More About Pedestrian Accidents in Arizona
In 2009 there were 1,523 pedestrian accidents in Arizona. Over 90% of these accidents result in injury or death.
Even at speeds less than 25 mph, cars and trucks pose a potential lethal threat to pedestrians, in part because the average automobile weighs between 3,000 and 5,000 pounds.
Pedestrians who are struck by motor vehicles may suffer the following types of injuries:
- Brain Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Broken Bones
- Traumatic Amputations
If you have been seriously injured or lost a loved one in a pedestrian-automobile accident, contact our experienced personal injury/wrongful death attorneys at Bode & Collins, P.L.C. We are here to help.
Personalized Service – Proven Results
At Bode & Collins, P.L.C., we treat our clients the way we would like to be treated and tailor our services to the individual legal and personal needs of our clients
When you choose to retain the experienced Arizona pedestrian accident attorneys at Bode & Collins, P.L.C., you get seasoned attorneys Chris Bode and Natalie Collins, not a junior lawyer who is just learning the ropes. Combined our attorneys have more than forty years of litigation experience and have recovered millions of dollars for their clients during that time.
Our top attorneys serve the entire state of Arizona, including for clients who live in Scottsdale, North Scottsdale, Phoenix, Glendale, Tempe, Mesa, Avondale, Cave Creek, Prescott, Flagstaff, Bullhead City, Kingman, and Tucson. We also work for people who were injured in Arizona while visiting from other states or countries like Canada.
If you or a loved one have been hit by a car and suffered serious personal injuries, call or contact us today. Initial consultations are free of charge. If we take your case we will front all costs and work on a contingency fee, which means you won’t pay any attorneys’ fees unless or until there is a settlement or verdict in your favor.