Pedestrian Accidents

Chicago Pedestrian Accident Attorneys

Over $4 Billion in Verdicts and Settlements

When it comes to representing pedestrian accident victims, Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. has proven time and time again that we have the experience and knowledge to be successful. Our Chicago pedestrian accident lawyers have helped recover more than $4 billion for our past clients. This is the type of advocacy that sets us apart from the competition and the level of representation you can expect when you hire our team to stand by your side throughout the entirety of your case.

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Types of Pedestrian Accident Claims

In a busy city such as Chicago, pedestrians are at direct risk of being involved in a serious accident and sustaining serious injuries. This is often due to a number of reasons and determining the cause of the accident can go a long way in helping an injury victim recover compensation for medical bills, rehabilitation costs, lost wages, and more.

Common claims involving pedestrian accidents include:

  • Drivers not stopping at stop signs
  • Drivers not yielding to pedestrians at walk ways
  • Drivers driving under the influence
  • Drivers who are fatigued
  • Drivers who are distracted

Because pedestrians are completely exposed and have no type of protection, an accident can cause significant injuries. Whether you have suffered a spine injury, neck injury, head injury, broken bones, or any other catastrophic damage, our team works with you to build a strong claim. We have been named as the No. 1 Plaintiff’s Law Firm in Chicago by Chicago Lawyer magazine for five consecutive years. You can count on us and our proven track record of success.

Learn How We Can Help — Call (312) 313-0202

We recognize that a number of injury victims put off looking for a lawyer because they are concerned about the legal fees involved. Our team at Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. works on a contingency fee basis, meaning we do not charge you unless we win. We know that financial hardships are something you may already be experiencing and we don’t want to add to this problem. We have the type of track record you can have confidence in with so much on the line.

Ready to begin? Contact our Chicago pedestrian accident attorneys today at (312) 313-0202.

The Benefits of Hiring PRS
  • Experience

    Since 1993 when we first opened the doors of our law practice, Power Rogers & Smith has handled some of the largest personal injury cases for plaintiffs in the state of Illinois – and won. With our experience, we aren’t afraid to stand up to large corporations and insurance companies in court.

  • Success

    Power Rogers & Smith has won more than $4 billion in verdicts and settlements for its clients – that’s $500 million more than our closest competitor. These results include many record-setting and regulation-changing outcomes as well, including a $100 million settlement for victims of a trucking accident – Illinois’ largest injury award to a single family.

  • Contingent Fee

    Victims of tragic and life-altering accidents are suffering – physically, emotionally, and financially. We take the financial burden off victims by working on a contingent fee. This means that you do not pay unless/until we secure a financial recovery for you. You focus on healing. We’ll take care of the rest.

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