Pedestrian Accident FAQs
Q. What are the leading causes of pedestrian accidents?
A. The leading cause of pedestrian accidents are due to driver negligence and drunk driving are amongst the leading causes of pedestrian accidents.
Q. When and where are pedestrian accidents most likely to occur?
A. The majority of pedestrian accidents occur in the hour after the school day has finished as well as after dark. Pedestrian accidents are most likely to occur in heavily populated area.
Q. How will Jackson O’Keefe work with me to receive the assistance I need in the aftermath of an accident?
A. Jackson O’Keefe works with a team of professionals from a strategic combination of necessary fields (i.e. medical professionals, vocational rehabilitators, economists, etc.) to make sure you receive the personalized help you deserve.
Q. How can I contact Jackson O’Keefe in the case of an accident?
A. Our skilled attorneys at Jackson O’Keefe are here to help. For more information and to get the help you need, give us a call or send us a message through our website.
Q. How soon should I contact Jackson O’Keefe in the case of an accident?
A. If you are the victim of a pedestrian accident, you should contact Jackson O’Keefe as soon as possible. Contacting as soon as possible enables our team to make use of crash site evidence while it is still fairly fresh.3 It also helps to ensure that you and your teen get the legal assistance you need in a timely manner so things can get back to normal as soon as possible.
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