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We represent people who have been injured as pedestrians. While pedestrians bear a responsibility to exercise care and follow traffic laws, regardless of who has the right of way, drivers have a duty to take precaution and keep a lookout for pedestrians.

Regardless ICBC will often challenge the claim asserting issues with:

  • Visibility (dark clothing)
  • Distraction (cell phone)
  • Impaired Judgment (drinking, drugs)
  • Failing to follow the rules of the road

When a pedestrian is hit by a motorist, very serious injuries can result.  If you are injured as a result of being stuck by a motor vehicle, you may have a claim for ICBC Part 7 Benefits and a claim in Negligence against the driver of the car that struck you.

Injuries to a pedestrian can include head or brain injuries, broken bones including fractures, musculoskeletal injuries and in some cases paralysis.

It is recommended that in a pedestrian accident early investigation be undertaken, including:

  • Identifying and contacting witnesses to obtain statements
  • Preserving any evidence any damage to vehicles and marks left on the road surface
  • Engaging an accident reconstruction engineer before the evidence is lost
  • Taking photographs of the site of the accident and the injuries

If you have been injured as a pedestrian by a motor vehicle, let one of our lawyers help you obtain fair compensation.

Call Anytime: 604-730-2678
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