Pedestrians Accidents Lawyer In Barrie
Motor vehicle accidents involving a pedestrian can cause serious injuries and can happen for many different reasons. Contributing factors such as poor weather or road conditions, as well as driver negligence may all play a role in the accident.
Being struck by a motor vehicle can have devastating and sometimes deadly consequences. Injuries caused by pedestrian accidents can range from soft tissue damage, cuts and bruises, to fractures and injuries of the brain and spinal cord.
Pedestrian accidents typically require extensive medical care followed by lengthy and often costly rehabilitation. Mounting medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses can quickly become overwhelming and place undue financial and emotional stress on the victim and his or her family.
Pedestrian accidents in Ontario fall under the same category as motor vehicle accidents and are thus governed by the same legislation. However, there is one major difference there is a reverse onus on the at-fault party, and that means that the guilty party must prove his innocence. This requirement presents pedestrian victims with the possibility to receive substantially higher compensation for their injuries.
If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a pedestrian accident, know that having an experienced and dedicated professionals on your side can make all the difference for victims and their families. The legal team at Makaronets Law is considered to be among the qualified in the province of Ontario, and our professionals have successfully recovered millions of dollars in compensation for personal injury victims from all over the province.
If you or a loved one was injured, contact Makaronets Law for a consultation; it is absolutely free, and there are no obligations. We can visit you at home or in the hospital, and since we work on contingency, you do not have to pay until we win your case. 95 years of combined experience has made Makaronets Law what it is today for our clients we are the shield and the sword, protecting their rights and at the same time getting them the absolute maximum compensation that can be secured in the unique circumstances of their case that they deserve.