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Wallingford Parking Lot Accident Lawyers

Pedestrian accidents in parking lots and commercial parking garages happen often in Connecticut. If you or a family member has been struck and injured by a car, it’s important to put your case in the hands of an experienced attorney as soon as possible.

At the law firm of Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C., we take the safety of pedestrians very seriously. From our office, we represent pedestrians struck by cars in New Haven or Wallingford and throughout Connecticut. To schedule a free consultation with an attorney at our firm, call (203) 265-2035.

Who Is Liable in Car-Pedestrian Accidents?

Car-pedestrian collisions may happen when a driver pulls out of a parking space and does not realize a shopper was walking behind the vehicle. They may also happen when a driver turns without watching for pedestrians, accelerates suddenly, or loses control of his or her vehicle. The driver of the motor vehicle may attempt to blame the pedestrian for not watching out. However, our lawyers have a good track record of holding the drivers responsible.

The most important issue in any pedestrian accident is getting better. This means seeking medical help and following your doctor’s treatment plan. Your medical records will also serve an important purpose in your insurance claim. If you do not have a doctor and need a recommendation, our lawyers can help.

Learn more about our personal injury attorneys: Charles P. Reed, and James E. Ringold.

Connecticut Parking Garage Accident Lawyers in Wallingford

We handle all personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no fees to us unless we recover compensation for you. To schedule a free consultation with a New Haven parking lot accident attorney at our firm, call (203) 265-2035 or contact us by e-mail.

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