Valdosta Pedestrian Accident Attorney

Accidents involving pedestrians and motor vehicles often result in severe injuries to the pedestrians involved, ultimately leading to significant medical expenses and other economic issues. If you or a loved one recently suffered an injury from a motor vehicle while walking in Valdosta, the attorneys at Farah & Farah can help you through this difficult time and better understand your options for legal recourse against the responsible driver. Contact us today to schedule a free case review and learn more about how our firm can help.

What You Can Expect From Our Firm

At Farah & Farah we believe in supporting our clients through their most difficult ordeals. A pedestrian accident can lead to extremely complicated legal issues, substantial economic burdens and long-term recovery from serious physical injuries. You may face lost future earning capacity if you sustained a permanent disability, and the frustration at the at-fault party’s negligence can make an already challenging situation even worse.

  • When you hire Farah & Farah you will have a dedicated legal team working on your case and updating you with all developments as they happen.
  • We strive to maximize your recovery by exploring every available channel to compensation, even those you may have overlooked.
  • Our firm will hire expert witnesses who can offer professional insights into your case, support your claims, and help the judge and jury recognize the full extent of your damages.

These are just a few ways hiring Farah & Farah can provide peace of mind after a pedestrian accident. 

How Can Farah & Farah Help Me?

Even if your case seems straightforward, countless complicating factors that may arise during a lawsuit. The court system also imposes strict filing deadlines and other requirements, and you may not have the time or energy to meet these obligations while recovering from your injuries. Farah & Farah can help you get the treatment you need, handle correspondence with insurance carriers, and offer other forms of support throughout your case.

Let Us Help With Pedestrian Accident Liability Issues

When a vehicle driver hits a pedestrian, fault for the accident almost always falls to the driver. Drivers have a duty of care to avoid hitting pedestrians on the road, even if a pedestrian crosses illegally. The most common defense for a driver who hits a pedestrian is to try and shift blame to the victim. If the driver who hit you attempts to cast liability for your injuries on you, Farah & Farah can help you secure the evidence you need to prove the defendant’s liability and fight for compensation for your damages.

Pedestrian accidents also often result in serious injuries requiring long-term medical care or resulting in permanent disability. Our in-house investigation team will uncover every facet of your case, so you can rest and recover with the assurance your case is in experienced hands.

No Financial Risk With Our Legal Services

Farah & Farah attorneys understand that most people assume legal representation is expensive, and this may discourage them from seeking legal counsel when they need it most. We take every case on a contingency-fee basis to ensure those who need legal representation the most have access to it regardless of personal finances. We only collect attorneys’ fees if we win your case, and our fees will come as a portion of the settlement or jury verdict. We also promise zero up-front fees for our legal services, so you have nothing to lose by hiring us to help you with your pedestrian accident claim.

Contact Us Today to Build Your Case

A pedestrian accident claim can involve substantial damages, and your injuries may leave you temporarily or permanently disabled and unable to work or enjoy your usual activities. Let Farah & Farah handle your legal issues so you can recover with peace of mind. Contact our firm today to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys and find out more about your legal options for recovery.

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