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Our pedestrian accident solicitors are members of the Solicitors Regulation Authority panel of personal injury experts¹ who deal with compensation claims using a no win no fee arrangement. No legal charge is payable unless the legal case is won and the client obtains an award of compensation. In the event that the legal claim is lost there is no charge made to the client.If you would like to talk to a lawyer who specialises in personal injury cases without any obligation just use the helpline or complete the contact form or email our solicitors offices and an experienced pedestrian accident solicitor will speak to you on the phone.

Pedestrian Injury Compensation

A serious personal injury can be devastating for both the victim and their family. Every case is different in the severity and the consequences and for those who sustain severe injuries rehabilitation can be a difficult challenge. In addition to the pain and suffering of physical injury victims may also suffer emotional anguish which requires psychological treatment. Most victims have to cope with loss of earnings and loss of independence in the short-term and whilst money recovered through a pedestrian accident compensation claim cannot make up for the suffering caused, it can help to alleviate financial distress. Our pedestrian accident solicitors will give you an early indication on the chances of success and will give an estimate of potential damages that may be awarded at the first opportunity.


Collisions involving cars are the most common cause of pedestrian accident compensation claims although damages can be claimed for a host of related situations including injuries caused by other pedestrians, motorcyclists, cyclists and by the drivers of other types of vehicle. For a pedestrian accident compensation claim to be successful it must be proved that the driver of the vehicle was negligent and that the consequences of the drivers careless actions caused the injury. Sometimes there can be very little evidence, there may be no witnesses and it may be necessary to look to other arenas to achieve justice. Specialist forensic reconstruction experts can be instructed to thoroughly investigate the crash site using the latest equipment and technology. Factors such as road geometry, weather conditions and physical evidence may be investigated and data and information can be gathered including vehicle mass, visibility, tyre marks and reaction times to enable an accurate reconstruction of the circumstances.

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