Raleigh, NC Pedestrian Accident Lawyers

At Roberts & Harris PC, our experienced Raleigh pedestrian accidents attorneys provide over four decades of combined legal experience at both state and federal levels to help our fellow North Carolina residents pursue the maximum recovery for each of their unique cases.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration lists that pedestrian accident fatalities are the highest they have been in 30 years, and unfortunately, North Carolina’s pedestrian crash rates are following the national trend and are also on the rise.

According to the North Carolina Traffic Crash Statistics, 231 pedestrians were killed in traffic crashes throughout the state last year, marking a nearly 3% increase from the previous year, and accounting for over ten percent of all pedestrians who were involved in motor vehicle crashes.

If you or someone you love was injured or killed in a motor vehicle collision while on foot, contact our skilled Wake County pedestrian accident lawyers who have collectively served as lead counsel in over one hundred jury trials that allowed our clients to reach the successful outcomes they deserved to improve their futures and overall quality of life. 

Our pedestrian accident law firm in Raleigh accepts calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week because we know that accidents do not only occur during business hours, and we want to be where our clients need us when they need us.

Contact us now to schedule a free consultation to discuss your unique injury circumstances today.

What are the Most Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents in Raleigh, North Carolina?

Not unlike most states, speeding is a major cause of all traffic crash fatalities, accounting for nearly 26% of all traffic deaths that occurred on North Carolina roadways last year.

Additionally, some of the more common causes of pedestrian accidents in Raleigh, North Carolina include:

  • Distracted driving
  • Fatigued driving
  • Making improper turns
  • Drivers disregarding traffic patterns
  • Failing to obey traffic signs and signals
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Failing to stop or yield at a pedestrian right of way, including crosswalks
  • Entering, exiting, or reversing structures, garages, or parking lots without checking for pedestrians

If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident in North Carolina, or have tragically lost a loved one to negligence, contact our skilled personal injury lawyers in Raleigh today to learn more about our customized legal approaches to pursuing results for our clients.

What are the Most Common Types of Pedestrian Accident Injuries in Raleigh, North Carolina?

Across the U.S. last year, 130,000 people sought emergency medical care for non-fatal, pedestrian crash injuries, including the over 2,300 pedestrians who were injured in North Carolina over the same period.

Those who survived their collisions are often met with severe or life-changing injuries, which included:

  • Dislocated joints
  • Torn tendons, muscles, and ligaments
  • Fractured, broken, or crushed bones
  • Organ damage
  • Internal bleeding
  • Limb amputations
  • Neck and spinal cord injuries
  • Head injuries, including Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Loss of mobility
  • Paralysis
  • Wrongful death

Getting injured or losing a loved one in a pedestrian accident does not have to define your future.

Our skilled pedestrian accident attorneys in Raleigh will listen to your story, investigate your crash, assess your medical records and treatment plan, and build the best case available for your unique circumstances, so you can pursue the maximum financial recovery options for your complete recovery needs.

Contact us today to learn more about your legal rights and options to pursue the negligent party that caused your injuries or loved one’s loss, so we can get started on your case.

Our Skilled Raleigh Personal Injury Attorneys Provide Customized Legal Solutions For all North Carolina Residents in the Following Practice Areas:

Meet Our Roberts & Harris PC Pedestrian Accident Attorneys in Raleigh, North Carolina

Patrick Roberts is a demanding former prosecutor who has a relentless approach to negotiating with insurance companies to ensure each of our client’s unique injury needs are prioritized over their corporate interests, or they will be forced to face us inside a courtroom, where our trial skills are proven and battle-tested.

Ranchor Harris has been a civil trial attorney for more than 25 years who focuses on representing injury clients in complex legal matters including pedestrian accidents that involve serious and catastrophic injuries that change our clients’ lives.

Together Roberts & Harris PC provides customized legal strategies for each of our clients and their family’s unique needs. That starts with a personal, results-focused approach to learning more about how our client’s injuries have impacted their day-to-day activities and their long-term quality of life, so we can tell their story and ensure their voices are heard while pursuing the financial outcome they deserve to make a complete recovery.

Contact Our Dedicated Pedestrian Accident Lawyers in Raleigh, North Carolina for a Free Consultation Today

At Roberts & Harris PC, our Raleigh pedestrian accidents attorneys provide each of our clients with a customized legal strategy to pursue actual results for their cases. We are aggressive, skilled, and trial-tested pedestrian accident attorneys who create solutions, so our clients can confidently get their lives back on track knowing we are focused on their recovery.

Contact our dedicated pedestrian accident lawyers in Raleigh, North Carolina at Roberts & Harris, PC today by calling (919) 249-5006 or online to learn more about how we pursue results.  If we do not produce a positive outcome for your case, you do not pay our legal fees.

Frequently Asked Questions Of Pedestrian Accident Lawyers In Raleigh, NC

Is it My Duty as a Pedestrian to Avoid an Accident?

Pedestrians are required to obey all traffic laws, which typically allows them to avoid traffic accidents altogether. However, if a vehicle’s driver is not following traffic laws, and hits a pedestrian who is legally using a crosswalk or intersection, the driver may be held liable for their injuries and overall financial compensation needs.

What Happens If I Am Hit and Injured by a Driver Who Does Not Have Insurance?

Uninsured motorist coverage is also required in North Carolina. That means if you have a vehicle, you have uninsured motorist coverage. Our skilled personal injury lawyers in Raleigh can help you pursue your personal insurance policy after you have been hurt in a bicycle accident caused by an uninsured driver.

Why Do I Need to Retain a Pedestrian Accident Attorney if the Driver Was Clearly at Fault for My Injuries?

Yes. Even if it was clear that the other driver was at fault — in cases where the driver was impaired, speeding, or ran a red light when the collision occurred — your recovery will still involve their insurance company. That means their representative will do everything he or she can to protect the insurance company’s bottom line. Our skilled North Carolina pedestrian accident attorneys can help take the lead by negotiating with the insurance company, so you can focus on your injuries while we take care of all the other details.

Will My North Carolina Pedestrian Accident Case Go To Trial?

Approximately 95% of pedestrian accident cases settle before trial. When you partner with Roberts & Harris, PC, our skilled pedestrian accident attorneys in North Carolina will work tirelessly to negotiate the financial outcome you deserve, so you can focus on getting your life back on track without being intimidated by the idea of going to trial.

How Long Do I Have to File a Pedestrian Accident Claim in North Carolina?

The statute of limitations for filing a pedestrian accident and injury claim in North Carolina is three years from the date the accident and injuries occurred. However, the sooner you speak with our pedestrian accident attorneys in Raleigh, the quicker we can begin investigating your claim and preserving important evidence that will help strengthen your case.

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