Fighting For Pedestrians Injured In Accidents

In parking lots, crosswalks or anywhere on the road, drivers need to be aware of pedestrians. In any collision between a pedestrian and a motor vehicle, the pedestrian is at risk for life-changing injuries or even death. If you or a loved one has been injured in a pedestrian accident due to a driver's negligence, you have the right to bring a personal injury claim. A successful personal injury case can compensate you for your medical expenses, lost earnings, and pain and suffering.

When you select an experienced lawyer to handle your case, you will give yourself the best chance of recovering these damages. At the Law Office of James A. Conley, our Edmonds-based law firm has made a difference in the lives of injured people across Western Washington. We understand the struggles victims face dealing with injuries suffered in pedestrian accidents. With our help, numerous clients have recovered the full and fair compensation they needed to recover both physically and financially after an accident.

Want to be informed before you file a claim? We encourage you to contact us to get answers to all your questions before filing a claim. You may also check out our Personal Injury FAQ page for answers to some of the more commonly asked personal injury questions.

We See The Full Extent Of Your Injuries And Needs

Even small passenger vehicles can cause catastrophic injuries when they strike pedestrians, resulting in injuries that can include:

  • Extensive soft tissue damage
  • Multiple fractures
  • Broken bones
  • Damage to internal organs
  • Amputation
  • Spinal and severe back and nerve injuries
  • Head traumas and brain injuries

All of these types of injuries can lead to long stays in the hospital, time away from work, lost income, costly emergency and corrective surgeries, extensive rehabilitation and physical therapy, and the potential for permanent disability.

We understand the financial burden this places on your shoulders, which is why when you work with our compassionate attorney and staff, we will take the full extent of your injuries into consideration when negotiating a settlement with the at-fault party's insurer. We will make sure all your present and future accident-related financial needs are considered, no matter how minor or serious your injuries may be.

We Gather Evidence That Leads To Better Results

In every personal injury claim, a thorough investigation is key to proving your case. We place a high priority on gathering all of the evidence to prove that the driver was responsible for your injuries. At the same time, we will work closely with you to prove your damages. By taking these steps as early as possible in your case, we show the insurance company that we are serious about recovering full compensation. As a result, we are often able to resolve our cases through settlement negotiations.

Of course, if your case must go to trial, you can have confidence in our Edmonds pedestrian accident attorney's courtroom abilities. As an accomplished trial lawyer, James A. Conley has earned the respect of his colleagues for his ability to make a persuasive case in a courtroom.

Want to ensure the best possible outcome? Mr. Conley has prior experience working as an insurance defense lawyer, which means he understands how insurance adjusters think and act. He will lead you through the process of working with insurers, helping you avoid costly mistakes that could jeopardize your compensation claim.

Learn More About Your Rights — Protect Your Best Interests

Whether you were struck in a crosswalk or hurt in a parking lot, our law firm is here to provide you with high-quality legal representation that is focused on getting the best possible outcome for your case.

We provide a free consultation to discuss your injuries and accept all injury and wrongful death claims on a contingency basis. This means if we don't win your case, you don't owe us a thing except for advanced costs that must be reimbursed to the attorney. To schedule your free consultation at our office in Edmonds, call 425-672-7150, or complete our online contact form if it's more convenient.