At Campos Law Group, we understand what you’re going through. If you or a loved one has been injured in a pedestrian accident, we’re here for you. An estimated 263 pedestrian deaths occurred in Texas between January and June of 2017, and nearly sixteen percent of all motor vehicle deaths are pedestrians. Our staff knows how difficult it can be to deal with the aftermath of an accident, and we’re here to help you get the financial compensation you deserve. If your property was damaged in a pedestrian accident or you ended up in the hospital, damages and injuries can add up quickly.
What To Do After a Pedestrian Accident
After a pedestrian accident, it’s important that you stay calm and follow this procedure. Once you’ve checked everyone for injuries, call 911. In some states, you are legally required to call the police even if it’s a minor fender-bender. The police officers will document the scene and fill out an accident report. This report will help you with your claims process so make sure you obtain a case ID from the police officer evaluating the scene.
In order to gather full information about the accident, it’s important that you yourself also document the damage done, preferably by taking pictures of the vehicle involved, your injuries, and the accident scene. Exchange information with the driver, such as full name and contact information, insurance company and policy number, driver’s license number, license plate number, and the type of vehicle’s involved in the accident.
If the authorities do not arrive at the scene, it is even more imperative that you obtain as much information at the scene as you can in order to avoid any issues with filing your claim.
Our Staff Is Here For You, 24/7
We’re here to help you get the financial compensation you deserve after a pedestrian accident. If you or a loved one has been involved in a pedestrian accident, call us at 512-650-1000 or fill out the form below to get your free case evaluation.