Orange County Pedestrian Accident Attorneys
You may have been hit while in a crosswalk, in a parking lot, while exiting a bus or car, or have been sideswiped by a motor vehicle. What can you do now? You can call us.
At Allen, Flatt, Ballidis & Leslie, our Orange County car accident lawyers have been helping injury victims since 1974. In addition to our legal knowledge, we offer our clients the depth of experience that comes from over forty years of investigating pedestrian accidents, arranging treatment with doctors and medical specialists, and negotiating settlements with insurance companies. Your consultation is free, and if we represent you, there are no upfront fees. Please call (949) 752-7474 to schedule a meeting today.
When a vehicle is traveling at higher speeds, it increases both the likelihood of a pedestrian being struck and the severity of the pedestrian’s injury. Cars or trucks that are going too fast can’t stop completely at red lights, and these drivers rarely take the time to look out their windows and make sure the way is clear before attempting a right turn or crossing an intersection.
Beach Boulevard is one of these dangerous roads, especially where it crosses Chapman Avenue and Lampson Street. Alicia Parkway is another place where we see too many pedestrians injured. “The road of death,” Santiago Canyon Road where it crosses Jamboree Road and turns into Chapman Avenue, has been called the most dangerous intersection in Orange County. Is the municipality responsible for crashes here? We’ll explore that option.
Remember, a person out walking can also be harmed by hazards created by defective or dangerous conditions on a sidewalk or in a parking lot. Business owners, municipalities, or other third parties may also be held liable if they were negligent and allowed you to get hurt. We can examine the scene of your accident and look for the evidence we need to prove your case.