PEDESTRIAN AND BUS ACCIDENTS

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A pedestrian is no match for a automobile or bus

A pedestrian accident often results in serious injury to the victim and little damage to the car or truck that hit the walker.  Pedestrian accidents put the victim at risk for serious head injuries, back (spinal cord) injuries, fractures, or skin burns.  Attorney Tom Woodruff investigates all causes and circumstances leading to pedestrian injuries. Woodruff Injury Law is dedicated to the pursuit of fair compensation for clients who have suffered head and knee injuries after being hit by cars while walking or using skateboards, roller skates, roller blades, or public transportation.  We help our clients who were hurt while walking or standing to achieve the maximum recovery possible.  We work with physicians and other health care providers to assess and review all the short- and long-term medical aspects of each injury case.

Compensation after a bus accident

People getting on or off a bus are pedestrians, too.  Passengers on buses are at risk for serious injuries when seated, standing on the bus, boarding or departing.  Unfortunately, it can be more difficult getting fair compensation for such injuries when the bus company is part of a public transportation company.  Such government-owned and operated entities sometimes have limits on their liability or restrictions on how and when claims are made.  If you have been seriously injured in a bus accident, you may be entitled not only to reimbursement for your medical treatment and hospital bills, but also to compensation for lost income, permanent injuries, and pain and suffering related to your injury.  For all of these reasons, it is extremely important to contact a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after a bus accident occurs.  Let us help you get what you and your family need and deserve.

No attorney fee unless and until we recover for you

Woodruff Injury Law represents all personal injury victims on a contingent fee basis.  You owe no attorney fee unless and until we get a recovery for you.  Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.