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How to pursue damages following a pedestrian accident

Needless and avoidable car accidents occur too often in the Greater Gulf Coast and Houston metro areas. If a pedestrian dies or is critically injured in such an accident, our law firm believes that the at-fault driver should be held responsible for damages, especially if evidence suggests that negligence was a factor in the incident.

If you've been the victim of a pedestrian-involved car crash, you may be able to pursue full compensation for your losses. At Apffel Law Firm in League City, our goal is to work hard to do everything possible to settle your case. With more than three decades of experience, our attorney, E.A. "Trey" Apffel III is a board-certified specialist in both personal injury civil trial law and trial law via the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, a dual certification that is possessed by just 2 percent of Texas attorneys. Because Trey has the knowledge to handle the legal details of each case, he'll strive to see that you are fully compensated for your accident-related damages.

While each case is unique, our firm relies on a number of resources in pursuing the party liable for damages. We typically gather and document evidence from police reports, eyewitness accounts and medical expert evaluations. Our team also communicates and negotiates with auto and health insurance companies to see that our clients' rights are protected.

Whether a vehicle hit and seriously injured you while you walked across a freeway, intersection or crosswalk, we want to help you attain a positive outcome for your case. For more information about our services, please visit our page on auto-pedestrian accidents.

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