In Tennessee, pedestrians have the right of way within marked crosswalks. Pedestrians also have the right of way in intersections, whether the crosswalk is marked or not, and in driveways that cross sidewalks. Unfortunately, many drivers are either ignorant of the law or fail to look for pedestrians in crossings.

Our skilled legal team of Pedestrian Injury Lawyers represent injured pedestrians throughout Tennessee and Kentucky. Whether you were hit by a car in a crosswalk, at an intersection or in parking lot, our Pedestrian Accident Attorneys will diligently fight for your right to fair compensation. We have successfully handled more than 5,000 personal injury cases over decades of practice.

Holding Negligent Drivers Responsible For The Harm They Cause

One of the most common types of crossing accidents occurs when a motorist makes a right-hand turn at an intersection without looking for pedestrians who are crossing the street. Pedestrians, joggers and skateboarders have the right of way when crossing on a green light or within any marked crosswalk.

When a car collides with a person on foot, it is the pedestrian who suffers serious injuries. With our team of trial lawyers and legal professionals on your side, you can be assured that we will work hard to achieve the full financial compensation to which you are entitled for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, disability and other damages. Negligent motorists and their insurance companies know that our law firm means business.

Pedestrian Injury Attorneys Serving Antioch And Throughout Tennessee

At Bart Durham Injury Law, justice is your right — and we demand it. Your initial consultation is free of charge. Reserve it now by calling 615-242-9000 or Toll Free at 800-844-1712. Our firm accepts pedestrian crossing accident cases on a contingency fee basis — you owe no attorney fee unless you recover money in a settlement or jury verdict. Se habla Español.

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