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Pedestrian Accidents

Every day, innocent pedestrians are injured by the careless and negligent actions of motor vehicle drivers. Many people injured in pedestrian-vehicle accidents were struck by motorists who were drunk, speeding, or using a cellphone. Pedestrian accidents frequently result in catastrophic injuries or wrongful death because the full force of the vehicle directly impacts the pedestrian’s body.

Working To Make The Streets Safer For Pedestrians

At Jeff Carter Law Offices, P.C., we help clients injured in pedestrian accidents pursue maximum financial compensation for their medical expenses, pain and suffering, rehabilitation and lost income, while guiding them through the legal process in a reassuring and supportive manner. If you or someone you love was struck by a motor vehicle while using the crosswalk, walking on the sidewalk or engaging in other pedestrian activities, our Des Moines pedestrian accident attorneys will take immediate action to protect your rights and help you get justice.

Our firm’s extensive experience with pedestrian-vehicle accidents has given us valuable insight into the rules, laws and regulations governing these types of collisions. With 30 years of combined experience, we are a highly knowledgeable team of trial lawyers and counselors who will conduct a thorough investigation of the circumstances surrounding your injury. Our lawyers will preserve crucial evidence, interview witnesses, consult with experts and track down the information necessary to uncover the truth and get you the justice you deserve.

Contact Jeff Carter Law Offices, P.C.

To schedule a free consultation, call our office at 515-644-4871 or 402-979-8675. Our firm represents clients throughout Iowa, and we are also equipped to handle cases in Nebraska, Minnesota and Georgia.

In-home, weekend and evening appointments are available upon request. Personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay no attorney fees unless we win compensation for you.