Pedestrian Injury Attorneys in Omaha
It happened along a road you’ve walked a hundred times. You were heading home, to work or to school when it occurred. Stepping off the curb and into the crosswalk you could see the car coming and noticed something wrong. Next thing you remember, you were waking up in the emergency room, suffering from severe and excruciating injuries. Now you are left to deal with the terrible physical and financial damage, all the while wondering:
- Was it my fault that this happened?
- How will I pay for all these bills?
- Do I have any legal action?
- Should I call a lawyer?
First, know that you are not alone with these questions. Hundreds of people are hurt in pedestrian related accidents, each year, throughout the state of Nebraska. Like you, these individuals are left with serious and sometimes life-threatening conditions. But help is only a phone call away. Contact the Omaha car accident attorneys at Cullan & Cullan LLC to discuss your rights and options in a comprehensive case consultation today. Our team has years of experience helping individuals, such as you, overcome their individual accidents by holding the negligent party accountable. Call us today at (402) 397-7600 and schedule a free case evaluation and consultation.
Of course, it is only natural to question potential legal action when faced with overwhelming injuries and pain. After all, what good will a settlement or lawsuit do when the damage has already been done? While there is not turning back the clock and undoing the past, a successful claim can go a long way on your road to recovery. With the proper compensation in place, you and your family will be able to overcome the immediate financial hurdles so often associated with pedestrian accidents. In some instances you could be eligible for thousands, if not millions, of dollars in damages for:
- Loss of wages or employment
- Emergency medical expenses
- Long-term hospital bills
- Property damage
- Doctor’s fees
So, don’t delay. Call Cullan & Cullan LLC at your earliest convenience to begin laying the foundation for you claim. Let us help you recover the damages you need and the justice you deserve.
What Should I do After my Pedestrian Accident?
Given the catastrophic nature of most pedestrian accidents, we will assume that you have spoken with the authorities and have been cared for by a medical professional; even if your injuries are not life threatening or severe, speaking with both the police and your doctor can most certainly help your recovery. Additionally, any reports you receive concerning the accident scene, or your injuries, can aid in any legal action you make take. Provided you have taken these steps, we highly recommend contacting a dedicated personal injury attorney, with a strong track record of success when it comes to pedestrian accidents.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call a ebraska pedestrian accident lawyer at Cullan & Cullan LLC today at (402) 397-7600. You can also submit your information online and a team member will be in touch.
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We are here to help you obtain compensation from those responsible so that you can focus on healing, rehabilitation, and getting your feet back on the ground. For more information about how the lawyers at Cullan & Cullan LLC can assist in protecting your rights, please call (402) 397-7600 today for a free case evaluation.
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