Pedestrian Accident Attorney - Chula Vista
Pedestrians are more vulnerable than their automobile driver counterparts. They don't have the luxury of seatbelts, airbags or roll bars to help protect them in an accident. Even when a vehicle is driving at a low rate of speed, if it strikes a pedestrian, the damage can be extensive and even fatal. As a result, pedestrians involved in car accidents in San Diego County suffer from a multitude of injuries including:
- Bone fractures
- Emotional injury
- Face and neck injury
- Pelvic injury
- Serious brain and spinal cord injury
- Temporary or permanent disability
If you suffered serious injury as the result of a pedestrian accident, contact Chula Vista Legal Center
. We are San Diego County Personal Injury Attorneys with a proven record of success in helping those who suffer from a serious injury, to receive the necessary medical attention and treatment you need, in addition to compensation for future care you may require. Call for a free consultation (619) 564-4455.
FAQ's About Pedestrian Accidents
Q: What kind of vehicles can be involved in pedestrian vs. auto collisions?
A: Motorists (often intoxicated), commercial vehicles, semi-trucks, buses, taxicabs and public transportation vehicles can all result in injury to pedestrians in Chula Vista.
Q: Who has the right of way, the pedestrian or the automobile in Chula Vista?
A: In Southern California, pedestrians have the right of way as long as they're crossing legally and safely, like in a crosswalk.