Can a pedestrian or bicyclist sue the driver that injured them?



10362932_l_%20smallQ: If I was a pedestrian or riding a bicycle and I was struck by a car, can I sue the driver and owner of that car for my injuries?

A: Yes, if the driver is clearly at fault for the accident and you sustained injuries.  A pedestrian or bicyclist will likely be able to recover compensation from the driver and/or the owner of the car for their injuries. A claim is made against the driver of the car that caused the accident, and your damages are covered by their insurance company.

Virginia Personal Injury Lawyer

In most cases, you should contact an attorney to assist you during the claims process and the fight for the compensation that you deserve after being injured by a negligent driver. Experienced lawyers have your best interest at heart, and can help give you peace of mind during a difficult time while maximizing your recovery. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have been in a car accident and need help dealing with insurance companies.

Contact our Virginia Personal Injury Lawyers to discuss your legal rights after being injured. Call to setup a free consultation today 877-544-5323.



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