Deerfield Beach Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

Matthew Waring

Pedestrian Accident Lawyer in Deerfield Beach, FL

 

Pedestrian accidents could happen to anyone. These accidents can occur when the pedestrian has the right to walk, and they also can occur when the pedestrian does not have the right to walk. There is no right or wrong when it comes to an accident. In fact, that is why it is called an accident. Each party to an accident is likely to find themselves in the right. Pedestrian accidents, however, usually result in the pedestrian claiming to be the victim who has suffered wrongdoing.

 

A pedestrian accident can have physical results, leaving the victim temporarily or permanently impaired. If the victim suffers permanent impairment, their career can be affected. This would result in a long-term change for the victim. Additionally, victims are impacted by necessary medical care, schedule changes, and other disruptions caused by the pedestrian accident. Experiencing a pedestrian accident can be traumatic for the victim and their family members. If you have been involved in a pedestrian accident, you should contact a pedestrian accident lawyer to advocate on your behalf.

What Are the Traffic Crash Report Codes?

Insurance companies look to make settlements. The at-fault driver’s insurance company knows which codes it can file to reduce the amount of money owed to you. To give you a better understanding, the Traffic Crash report codes are listed below with their respective definitions:

  • Fatal Injury: results in death within thirty days
  • Incapacitating Injury: severed limbs and broken bones
  • Non-Incapacitating Evident Injury: scrapes and bruises
  • Injury: levels range in severity
  • No Injury: no injury caused by the accident
  • Non-Traffic Fatality: victim expired from a cause not related to the accident (heart attack, natural causes, suicide, etc.)

Each of these report codes will have a different impact on the case. A case may not be filed at the time of the accident; therefore, the case must be filed later. The report code that is filed is based on the reported injury.

What Were Florida 2020 Accident Numbers?

In 2020, there were over 2 million traffic violations and over 1.6 million total dispositions made in Florida. These numbers represent a decrease from previous years, which is most likely due to less travel because of the pandemic. The types of accidents can range from criminal to non-moving accidents. While the source of the accident may vary, victims still can sustain injuries from seemingly harmless incidents.

Contact an Experienced Deerfield Beach Pedestrian Accident Attorney at Waring Law Today

To get the best results after an accident, you need a professional lawyer that knows the best way to help you recover what you deserve. The team at Waring Law knows how to investigate the accident and obtain all the facts that are needed for your case. They will collect pictures, police reports, witness statements, and proof of damages. The team at Waring Law can use this evidence to build and file a personal injury claim for you or prepare for what might be filed against you.

Every settlement needs to be based on the cost to both the victim and the victim’s family. Do not let the insurance companies determine the amount of the damages. Instead, take the time to contact an attorney at Waring Law. Our personal injury attorneys are on your side and want to help get you the results you deserve. For a free consultation, call Waring Law at (954) 388-0646 or complete the online form.

About Matthew Waring


Founding attorney, Matthew Waring, has helped his clients recover millions of dollars for accident-related injuries across South Florida. Matthew Waring started his own firm after working for two of Florida’s largest trial law firms because he saw a different vision for how legal services should be delivered.

Sometimes you can sit on your hands, do nothing, and the world will provide you with the justice you deserve.

If you have been in an accident, speak with Matthew first.