Legal Representation for Pedestrian Accident Victims and Their Families

Cross-walk signPedestrians can sustain catastrophic and fatal injuries when hit by cars, trucks or other motor vehicles. At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we have experience helping people injured in pedestrian accidents and their families recover the financial compensation they need and are legally entitled to.

Whether you were hit in a crosswalk or you were not crossing the street at an intersection, as a pedestrian, you had the right of way.

Contact our law office or call us toll free at (800) 898-4878 to discuss your pedestrian injury accident case in Provo, Orem, Utah County, or surrounding areas. All consultations are free of charge. There is no obligation to hire, and we collect no fees unless we make a recovery or settlement on your behalf.

Utah Crosswalk Accident Attorney

With nothing to protect pedestrians, it is not uncommon for them to sustain catastrophic and fatal injuries in hit-and-run accidents or other accidents involving motor vehicles. At Flickinger Sutterfield & Boulton, we represent clients who have suffered even the most serious of injuries, including as brain injuries, spinal injuries, fractures, crush injuries and wrongful death.

While proving a pedestrian's right-of-way may seem cut-and-dry, an experienced attorney knows otherwise. It may be necessary to prove that the car should have seen you and didn't in order to show negligence on the part of the driver. Additionally, you may require representation by an attorney if the driver who hit you or your loved one did not have insurance. In this scenario, our lawyers can assist you in making an uninsured motorist claim.

Contact Us for a Free, No-Obligation Consultation

For strong representation from a personal injury law firm dedicated to maximizing your recovery, e-mail us or call us locally in Provo at (801) 370-0505 or toll free at (800) 898-4878. We offer free services for compensation obtained for no-fault benefits and personal injury protection insurance (PIP) medical issues, and no fees will be assessed unless you collect on a personal injury or uninsured motorist claim.