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Car vs. Pedestrian Accidents

In 2008, there were a total of 1,061 pedestrian accidents in San Diego County. 63 of these were fatal. If you or someone you know was injured in a car versus pedestrian accident in this region, do not wait to call a San Diego car accident attorney at our offices to discuss your legal options. We can help with your insurance claim and can seek the financial compensation you need for such damages as medical bills, lost wages, and even emotional trauma. This can help you begin rebuilding and moving on with your life, even when the future seems bleak.

Injuries in San Diego Car versus Pedestrian Accidents

The injuries sustained in car versus pedestrian accidents in San Diego are likely to be catastrophic. The pedestrian will be more likely to be injured, due to the fact that he or she will be involved in a collision with a motor vehicle that may weigh 2,000 pounds or much more, depending on the make and model. The pedestrian will have no protection against the force of impact he or she will sustain, facing hospitalization and the possibility of a temporary or permanent disability. Following are some of the types of injuries that may be sustained in a car versus pedestrian accident:

  • Head trauma
  • Brain injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Neck injury
  • Broken bones
  • Damaged internal organs
  • Internal bleeding
  • Facial injuries
  • Amputation
  • Lacerations and contusions

The severity of these injuries will vary depending on the specific incident, the force and speed of impact, and more.

Schedule your free case evaluation with a competent attorney dedicated to representing your interests and protecting your future. Contact a San Diego car accident lawyer at Pacific Attorney Group today!

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