Helping Pedestrians Recover From Serious Accidents

Georgia pedestrians are at a distinct disadvantage when they encounter negligent drivers. With no structure or safety devices protecting them, they risk severe injuries in an accident. If you or a loved one has been hurt by an inattentive or reckless driver, it is important to have an attorney looking out for your interests and pursuing the full compensation you deserve for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages.

For more than 25 years, the attorneys at Isenberg & Hewitt, PC, have been standing up for victims of negligence in Atlanta. We will work closely with you to make sure you understand your rights and then pursue a settlement or verdict that provides for your needs now and in the future.

What You Need To Know About These Types Of Accidents

According to the Governor's Office Of Highway Safety In Georgia:

  • At least 130 pedestrians were killed in traffic crashes every year between 1994 and 2011.
  • Pedestrian fatalities typically account for between 9 and 13 percent of all traffic-related fatalities in Georgia each year.
  • The highest percentage of traffic fatalities, including those involving pedestrians, occur in Fulton County, DeKalb County and Gwinnett County.

These Georgia-specific facts align with data from across the nation that show how deadly pedestrian accidents can be. For example, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that 47 percent of pedestrian accidents (nationwide) where alcohol was involved resulted in the death of the pedestrians.

Hit By A Car While Walking? Contact Us To Get The Answers You Need.

We know the difficulties you will face after the accident and for years to come and we are here to help you get what you need. Let us help put your fears to rest and answer any questions you may have regarding compensation today.

Contact our Atlanta pedestrian accident lawyers to discuss your case. You can also schedule a consultation by calling us at 770-901-2666. Our office is MARTA-accessible.