Pedestrian Accident Lawyers in Chicago, IL
Pedestrian Accident Overview
Due to the lack of any sort of protective gear, pedestrians tend to suffer devastating injuries when struck by moving vehicles. If you or a loved one was injured in a pedestrian accident in Chicago, we encourage you to contact the law firm of Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish to discuss your best course of action.
Pedestrian accidents lead to catastrophic injuries such as multiple fractures, spinal cord injuries, neck injuries, and severe ligament and tendon damage. These accidents can be caused by several factors, including:
- Failure to follow posted speed limits
- Failure to follow posted safety signs or traffic signals
- Failure to yield to pedestrians in a crosswalk
- Failure to recognize pedestrians when turning through an intersection
As an experienced law firm, the attorneys at Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish have represented countless injured individuals. It is our goal to recover the full and fair compensation possible in your situation.
Other Frequent Case Types
Read more about other types of cases we often handle.
- Bicycle Accident in Chicago, IL
- Bus Accident in Chicago, IL
- Crane Accident in Chicago, IL
- Distracted Driving Accident in Chicago, IL
- Drunk Driving Accident in Chicago, IL
- Falling Debris in Chicago, IL
- Falls Protection in Chicago, IL
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- Nursing Home Dehydration and Malnutrition in Chicago, IL
- Nursing Home Falls and Fractures in Chicago, IL
- Passenger Injury in Chicago, IL
- Premises Liability in Chicago, IL
- Scaffolding Accident in Chicago, IL
- Third-Party Liability in Chicago, IL
- Wandering and Elopement in Chicago, IL
Areas of Practice
- Pedestrian Accident
- Personal Injury
Steinberg, Goodman & Kalish Attorneys
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