Hartford Pedestrian Accidents Attorneys
Pursue Compensation With Zayas Law Firm
Pedestrian accidents occur thousands of times throughout the country, and
Connecticut is no exception. Pedestrian accidents can often transpire
due to improper signs, negligent drivers, and a wide variety of other
circumstances. The injuries that result from pedestrian accidents can
often be extensive and life-altering.
If you or someone you know has been the victim of a pedestrian accident,
you have the legal right to pursue compensation to cover multiple types
of expenses incurred from the accident. The Hartford pedestrian accident
attorneys at Zayas Law Firm can help you seek the restitution you need
to get back on your feet after your accident.
Contact us today for more information regarding your pedestrian accident.
Compensation For a Variety of Expenses
Every case is different, and compensation may not be available for everyone.
However, if you can prove that you were not at fault for your accident,
then the odds of compensation may be in your favor.
At Zayas Law Firm, we will work hard to ensure that you receive the level
of compensation that you deserve. We will fight to prove that you were
not at fault and liable for the accident in order to receive the financial
restitution that you need to move forward with your life.
We fight for compensation to cover expenses including, but not limited to:
- Medical expenses
- Physical therapy costs
- Ambulance and hospital fees
- Loss of past and future wages
- Pain and suffering
- Funeral expenses
Trust The Firm That Knows How To Get Results
Don't face insurance companies without the help of a competent and
knowledgeable attorney from our Hartford firm. Without a
personal injury lawyer, it may be difficult to receive adequate compensation – if
any at all. Don't hesitate to contact Zayas Law Firm after an accident.
Our team is ready to take on your case as soon as possible, no matter
how complicated it may be.
Call us any time at (888) 486-3037 to schedule your
complimentary case evaluation.