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Thomas DeLattre and Glen D. Wieland

Staying positive after a pedestrian accident

On Behalf of | Feb 6, 2020 | Motor Vehicle Accidents |

Pedestrian accidents cause a wide variety of hardships for victims as they try to recover. From a physical point of view, these accidents are very disruptive in many instances. Broken bones, an inability to walk, high levels of pain and scarring are common. Moreover, all of these physical consequences often lead to financial problems, whether a victim loses the ability to work or they are hit hard by costly medical expenses. On top of these hardships, these consequences frequently lead to emotional concerns as well and some victims feel hopeless as a result of what they are facing.

It is imperative to stay positive if a pedestrian accident occurred and you are worried or even hopeless about your circumstances. A positive attitude is beneficial from multiple standpoints, whether you are preparing for court or you are struggling to recover from a serious injury. Some people have difficulty staying positive because they worry about how their lives are permanently changed, but thinking about the potential resources that are available is helpful for many. Holding a reckless driver accountable in the courtroom helps many pedestrian accident victims restore some of what is taken from them.

By reviewing legal options, many pedestrian accident victims find that a brighter future lies ahead if the right steps are taken. Financial support is available for many who are involved in devastating pedestrian accidents and our law office explores many other issues related to this topic in our accidents section. If you think that filing a lawsuit is a smart move, make sure that you prepare for court carefully and familiarize yourself with your legal options.


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