Pedestrian Accidents

A pedestrian is any person on foot, including walking, running, hiking, jogging, even roller-blading. Pedestrians may also be standing, sitting or lying down in one of our lovely Florida parks. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s 2012 Traffic Safety Fact Sheet on pedestrian crashes, more than 4,700 pedestrians were killed and 76,000 injured in traffic accidents in the U.S. alone in 2012.

At Glober Law Firm, we know that a pedestrian accident can have a devastating effect on a family. If the accident resulted in extensive physical injuries, you may be overwhelmed with how you will pay the outrageous medical bills, what to do to make up for lost income, and what will be necessary to modify your home to accommodate the injured person’s disability.

You need answers, you need support, AND most of all, you need compensation. You want to be able to put your pedestrian accident behind you and resume normal life as best, and as soon as possible.

A Compassionate Pedestrian Accident Lawyer in Jacksonville, Florida

Our cities and streets are crowded and cars, bicycles, motorcycles and pedestrians have to interact, work together, and share the space we have. Unfortunately, not everyone understands or obeys the traffic lights and many people are so involved with their mobile devices, a pedestrian is simply overlooked.

When a pedestrian accident has damaged or destroyed a member of your family, it is to your benefit to work with Glober Law Firm. Here’s why:

  • You do not have to pay any money upfront. You pay only when your case is successfully resolved.
  • You will have a successful, experienced team that is concerned about you and your family in your corner.
  • You don’t have to interrupt your recovery to talk with us—we will come to you, work with your schedule and analyze the complexities of your case
  • The first consultation is always absolutely free.

Glober Law Firm represents clients throughout the Northeast Florida-Jacksonville region, including: Nassau county, Duval county, Clay county and St. Johns county.