Aggressively Protecting Bicyclists And Pedestrians
Bicyclists and pedestrians are a common sight on the sidewalks and roadways in Knoxville and throughout the state. Unfortunately, many drivers disregard the laws that are in place to protect these individuals. As a result, life-changing injuries and deaths occur when drivers are not careful or they knowingly violate the laws.
Aggressive And Committed Legal Representation
At the Tennessee law firm of Pryor Priest & Harber, our lawyers have been handling personal injury cases, including those involving bikes and pedestrians, since 1981. We are committed to pursuing compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and pain and suffering that the victim has sustained as the result of a driver’s negligence.
We handle all types of vehicle cases involving pedestrian and bicycle victims, including accidents that resulted from:
- Failure to yield to bicyclist or pedestrian
- Failure to obey posted traffic signs
- Failure to stop at a crosswalk
- Being hit by a drunk driver
- Hit-and-run situations
Our attorneys can assist you in understanding your options for seeking compensation, which includes the negligent driver and his or her insurance company. In some cases, you may be able to receive compensation from your own insurance company.
Common Pedestrian And Bicycle Accident Injuries
Due to the vulnerability of bicyclists and pedestrians on the road, car accidents involving these individuals can result in devastating injuries. We handle all types of accident injury cases in which in a biker or pedestrian sustained a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, broken bones, severe lacerations and abrasions (road rash), and other injuries. We also handle wrongful death cases that stem from these situations.
Learn How We Can Help You
If you were injured while bicycling, walking on the road or crossing in a crosswalk, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation by calling our Knoxville offices locally at 865-522-4191, or by sending us an email.
Your initial consultation is free, and we handle bicycle and pedestrian accident claims on a contingency basis. This means that you pay no attorney fees if we do not win.