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Pedestrian Accidents

As a pedestrian in Minnesota, it can sometimes feel like cars rule the road. In reality, pedestrians also have rights, specifically when crossing streets and intersections with the light. But unfortunately, many drivers simply do not pay attention to walkers and joggers. Even when an individual has the right of way to walk, motorists frequently make turns without consideration for these pedestrians. In these instances, the chance for collision is great. And as a pedestrian, you have little defense against the impact of a motor vehicle.

Helping You And Your Family Get Back On Track After A Serious Accident

At Law Office of Jeffrey A. Jones, P.A., we understand that injuries affect not only the car accident victim, but also their families. You and your loved ones must learn how to deal with these difficulties together — from paying medical expenses to processing this traumatic event.

When you work with our law firm, we will help you address all the complexities associated with your injuries. Our Minneapolis pedestrian accident lawyers are here to support you and your family throughout the entire legal process. Our goals are to take over your legal burden, advise on post-accident concerns and allow you to focus on healing while we fight to obtain compensation on your behalf.

Whether you were hit by a car while crossing an intersection or sustained injuries from a vehicle while walking in a parking lot, we can help. Our lawyers are equipped to address any type of injury associated with a pedestrian accident, including but not limited to:

Contact The Crosswalk/Car Accident Lawyers At The Law Office of Jeffrey A. Jones, P.A.

After a motor vehicle collision, we are here to help you and your family rebuild your lives. Contact our Minneapolis pedestrian injury lawyers at 612-234-2992 to discuss your case. You deserve justice, and our law firm will help you get it.

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