If you were a pedestrian hit by a car, truck, train or other vehicle while walking or jogging, Isaacs & Isaacs pedestrian accident attorneys will fight for the justice and financial compensation you deserve. We’ve recovered over $1 billion for our clients in KY, IN and OH and our law firm will take action for you and your loved ones.

Your first step: Contact Isaacs & Isaacs Personal Injury Lawyers to begin a free review of your important case. We’ll evaluate your injury claim and help determine your strongest move forward.

Call us 24/7 at 800-800-8888.

I&I Pedestrian Accident Law Firm Will Demand Compensation for You

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People getting hit by cars occurs with alarming regularity. Auto pedestrian accidents are nearly always accompanied by severe injuries, and in 2019 the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recorded 6,283 deaths, a 3% increase in fatal pedestrian accidents. Many accidents that occur involve some form of negligence and are often not the fault of the pedestrian hit.

At Isaacs & Isaacs, we’ll demand a settlement that pays for your:

  • Medical expenses – including hospitalizations, surgeries, ongoing treatments
  • Lost Wages – when you miss work
  • Lost Future Income – when you can’t continue your career
  • Pain & Suffering
  • Loss of Consortium & Funeral Costs – when your loved one has died as a result of the collision

Getting hit by a car will often require legal action to demand and collect the payment of these money damages. Attorney Darryl Isaacs – The Hammer – and the team of pedestrian accident lawyers at I&I will represent you and demand justice from those at fault to make sure insurance companies pay their obligations when you or a loved one has been injured.

Should tragedy occur resulting in the loss of life, our wrongful death attorneys will step in to represent family members so that justice can prevail for you and your loved one.

Actions Taken By Our Pedestrian Accident Attorneys


Part of our job is to put you at ease throughout the legal process. Let our pedestrian accident law firm take on the heavy lifting by contacting medical teams, defense attorneys, insurance companies, expert witnesses, the court system and more.

Some of the many actions we take for our injured pedestrian clients may include:

  • Providing a free case evaluation to listen to your important story
  • Answering your questions
  • Providing legal advice for your strongest actions
  • Investigating the accident scene and collecting evidence for your injury claim
  • Reviewing medical records
  • Collecting police reports
  • Filing a legal complaint to open a lawsuit
  • Demanding a just settlement for your damages
  • Representing you and your loved ones in a trial when needed

Deadlines Exist to File Pedestrian Accident Claims

It’s critical to pay attention to the deadlines for filing a personal injury claim or claim for wrongful death. These are specific to each state and are known as the Statute of Limitations. In most cases, you must file a legal claim with the court system before the statute of limitations runs out or you may forfeit your eligibility to demand money damages for your injuries.

  • Kentucky – one year from the date of incident for most cases, with some circumstances allowing for two years.
  • Indiana– two years from date incident for most cases.
  • Ohio – two years from date incident for most cases.

For this reason, it’s so important to contact a pedestrian accident attorney and file your legal claim as soon as possible.

We Work for You on a Contingency Fee Payment System

Legal matters can be extremely costly for injured victims. That’s one reason our pedestrian accident law firm works on a contingency fee basis. This is dramatically different from hourly billing common to some law firms. Contingency is the “don’t pay unless we win your case” model and means that Isaacs & Isaacs won’t nickel and dime you for every phone call, investigation or meeting we take on for your case.

If we win your pedestrian injury case, our fees will be taken as a percentage of your winning settlement or verdict. If we do not win your case, you do not pay the legal fees or costs associated with your case.

Contingency gives us an enormous incentive to fight for every client we represent. We’ve been giving our best to Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio for more than 25 years and have collected over $1 billion in KY, IN and OH for injured clients.

Learn more about how personal injury cases work from attorney Darryl Isaacs – The Hammer:

Begin a Free Case Review for Your Pedestrian Accident Injury Claim

At Isaacs & Isaacs, we take on a wide variety of pedestrian injury cases including these:

  • Pedestrians hit by a car
  • Pedestrians hit in a crosswalk
  • Pedestrians hit by a truck or commercial vehicle
  • Pedestrians hit by train
  • Pedestrians hit by a motorcycle
  • Pedestrians hit by bicycle
  • Pedestrian hit and run collisions

We urge you to take immediate action to legally protect yourself and your family. Contact our offices 24/7 by calling 800-800-8888 to get started on your free case evaluation. We’ll get started right away to demand the justice and compensation you deserve.


FAQs About Pedestrian Accidents


What Is A Pedestrian Accident?

 

A pedestrian accident occurs when someone walking on foot is involved in a collision with a car, a truck, train, other vehicle or sometimes even a horse or other animal.


What Are The Main Causes Of Pedestrian Accidents?

 

The most common cause of a pedestrian accident is a distracted driver. Other common causes include poor visibility, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failure to yield the right of way to those walking or running.


How To Reduce Pedestrian Accidents?

 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notes that these types of incidents can be reduced by increasing visibility as a pedestrian and using crosswalks and sidewalks where available. For drivers, avoiding distractions is critical in preventing these accidents.

✅ How To Reduce Pedestrian Accidents?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notes that these types of incidents can be reduced by increasing visibility as a pedestrian and using crosswalks and sidewalks where available. For drivers, avoiding distractions is critical in preventing these accidents.

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