Do Pedestrians Always Have the Right-of-Way?

Do Pedestrians Always Have the Right-of-Way?

In Texas pedestrians don’t always have the right-of-way, although many people think they do. Even in circumstances where the pedestrian is presumed to have the right-of-way you’ll often hear the defendants or their insurance companies claiming that the individual darted out in front of them, ran out into traffic without warning or something of that nature. That’s why it’s very important that if you or a loved one is injured in a pedestrian accident that you contact a lawyer as soon as possible. When we represent people who’ve been involved in these sorts of accidents we perform a thorough investigation, and we do it as soon as possible. That allows us to preserve any evidence that may be found at the scene before it’s destroyed and to contact any agencies or witnesses that may have information that could help that the driver was a fault before the memories fade or the evidence is lost.

Where Zinda Law Group Practices:

We were founded in Texas and have a team of Austin personal injury lawyers as well as attorneys in Dallas and Fort Worth.

 As we’ve grown we expanded out west to El Paso, Texas subsequently into Arizona adding Tucson Personal Injury Lawyers to the firm, as well as adding offices in Colorado including Denver Personal Injury Lawyers and the surrounding cities such as Colorado Springs.

Types of Cases We Handle:

We also have a team of attorneys that have experience serious injury cases such as car accidents, wrongful death and truck accidents.   We also have experience handling more complex cases such as gas explosions and drug injury cases, such as the Taxotere® Lawsuits.