Jump to Navigation

Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian Injury Lawyer - State College, Pennsylvania

Individuals involved in accidents while walking on the street or sidewalk can suffer serious injuries. If you are hit by a car, truck, motorcycle, or even a bicycle in a street crossing accident, your injuries can include spinal cord damage, broken bones, or brain trauma. If you are injured in an accident, you may experience loss of income, significant medical expenses, and a long recovery period. You need to have someone on your side—attorneys who will work ensure that you receive compensation for your injuries.

Our experienced State College personal injury lawyers will handle your case from beginning to end, and are prepared to go to trial if needed to obtain fair compensation. Contact us at Goodall & Yurchak to schedule a free initial consultation.

Causes of Pedestrian Accidents

Our law firm has obtained compensation for pedestrians injured in accidents caused by:

  • Inattentive drivers
  • Drunk drivers
  • Speeding drivers
  • Drivers failing to signal
  • Drivers failing to yield to pedestrians in a crosswalk

Our pedestrian accident attorneys will determine the cause of the accident, and whether the driver was negligent. We counsel our clients on whether to proceed with a claim, reviewing the case with them and providing an honest analysis.

Contact Us

To schedule a free initial consultation to discuss filing a pedestrian injury claim, contact the skilled lawyers at Goodall & Yurchak.

State College personal injury attorneys providing skilled personal injury representation in the State College, Pennsylvania area, including University Park, Altoona, Clearfield, Lock Haven, Williamsport, Huntingdon, and Lewistown including Centre County, Blair County, Clearfield County, Lycoming County, Huntingdon County, Clinton County, Mifflin County, Union County and surrounding areas.

Practice Areas

Contact us for your Free Personal Injury Case Evaluation

(814) 308-0876
Name*
Email*
Phone*
Briefly describe your legal issue here.
I have read and understand the disclaimer.