Colleyville personal injury attorney David Hart discusses the things you need to know if you are injured as a pedestrian in Texas. Just because the incident occurred outside of a crosswalk doesn't mean that you don't have a case.
Many injured pedestrians are under this belief. However, it simply isn't true. If you are injured outside of a crosswalk or in a parking lot you still may have a case.
There are many factors that will impact your pedestrian injury case, such as the speed of the vehicle that hit you, how visible you were, and whether your accident occurred in the daytime or nighttime, to name a few.
Parking lots are full of pedestrians. Drivers should expect to see people in parking lots and should constantly be looking for them.
You should contact one of our attorneys at the Hart Law Firm before making a decision about the validity of your case. We are experienced in handling pedestrian injury cases, especially those that have occurred in parking lots and outside crosswalks.
Our experienced team recently represented two pedestrians who were hit in parking lots where drivers were going too fast and concentrating on finding a parking space as opposed to watching for pedestrians.
For more information, or to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation, call us today at 817-380-4888.