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Pedestrian Accidents

More people are walking in Los Angeles than ever before. And even though pedestrians technically have the “right of way,” they still face a 25 percent risk[4] of severe injury if hit by a car driving at 23 mph (75 percent for cars moving at 16 mph). Since they oftentimes feel as though they don’t need to pay attention to the road around them — from cars to trucks to buses to unsafe roads and more — assessing liability is not always clear. A Pasadena pedestrian accident lawyer will work with you closely to gather the facts and support your case every step of the way.

[4] AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety

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How can a Grigoryan Blum and Grigoryan
Pasadena Pedestrian Accident Lawyer Help?

Negligence is an important key factor in most pedestrian accidents. At Grigoryan Blum and Grigoryan, our pedestrian accident attorneys in California work to prove negligence and are committed to protecting the legal rights of injured victims.

It is critical for both pedestrians and drivers to exercise caution when around one another. We understand that serious pedestrian accidents require serious legal representation.

Our California law firm will investigate every detail of your case and work with you to determine the most beneficial route to execute. We are dedicated to serving our clients’ best interests, and make your fight our fight.

We serve pedestrian accident victims throughout Southern California. 


What to do After an Pedestrian Accident?

Call 911 for Help

1. Call 911 for Help

If you or someone has been injured and needs medical assistance, call for an ambulance. If you are unable to call, ask for help. If you do not have a medical emergency, ask for a police officer to come to the scene.

Get the Driver’s Information

2. Get the Driver’s Information

Collect pertinent information such as: name, address, phone numbers, license plate number, license number, insurance company name and policy number. In some cases you may need to contact the driver’s employer if it was a commercial vehicle

 Find Witnesses

3. Find Witnesses

Ask anyone who saw the accident to give a statement to the police for an official report. Also collect the witnesses' contact information. This is a very important piece of your case.

take photos of the damages

4. Take Pictures

Be sure to document the scene and crash with detailed images. Be sure to take photos of the damages, marks on pavement, crosswalks, street signs, traffic signals, hazards, construction, road markings and any injuries sustained.

Make a Medical Appointment

5. Make a Medical Appointment

Within 24 hours of the accident, be sure to visit a medical professional. Injuries may be discovered after the scene, or could be delayed. Therefore, it is important to visit the doctor even if you're not visibly injured or have any current symptoms. This documentation will be important for your insurance company.

Contact personal injury attorneys

6. Seek Legal Assistance

Contact Grigoryan Blum & Grigoryan to discuss your case. It is important to pursue legal assistance to pursue your claim and deal with the complexities of insurance providers.

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At Grigoryan Blum & Grigoryan Law Office, we help victims recover full and fair compensation for their injuries, To learn more, do not hesitate to contact our team today for immediate legal assistance. We serve pedestrian accident victims throughout Southern California.

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Common Injuries from Pedestrian Accidents

  • Road Rash
  • Torn Rotator Cuff / Dislocated Shoulder
  • Abdominal Injuries
  • Lung Injuries
  • Injuries to Facial Structure
  • Neck Injuries
  • Broken Bones
  • Back Injuries
  • Spinal Injuries
  • Brain Injuries

Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents

  • Distracted Driving
  • Speeding
  • Intoxicated Driving
  • Backing up Accidents
  • Negligent Turning
  • Failing to Stop or Yield
  • Weather Conditions

What Damages Can Be Recovered in a Pedestrian Accident?

Pedestrians that were in an accident can recover compensation for economic damages that have a direct financial cost, as well as non-economic damages that are not easily measured, but can be proved as a result of another’s negligent behavior.

Economic damages include reduced future earnings, lost wages, and medical expenses. These damages can be determined quickly through medical records, doctor’s notes, and bills.

Non-econmic damages include mental and emotional distress, reduced quality of life, pain, and suffering. These damages can be determined through psychological counseling and mental health professionals.

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