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Silver Spring Pedestrian Accident Attorney

Every year, hundreds of pedestrians in the region are hit by cars, trucks, and motorcycles. When a driver’s negligence causes injury to a pedestrian, the motorist may be fully liable for the victim’s subsequent financial costs.

Effective Silver Spring Pedestrian Injuries Lawyer

At Whitlock Law, LLC, we provide experienced legal representation for victims of pedestrian accidents at the hands of careless motorists. Our lead attorney and founder, Morgan Whitlock, has assisted clients with personal injury claims since 2008. She is a respected litigator who takes an average of 100 cases to trial every year.

Ms. Morgan is prepared to help you collect rightful compensation for injuries such as:

Red lights, stop signs, marked crosswalks and laws about yielding exist to try to keep pedestrians safe, but they work only if everyone involved is able and willing to respect other people’s right to make it to their destination safe and sound.

A driver who gets distracted by a cellphone, is impaired by alcohol or drugs, or speeds through a red light could be held legally responsible for any injuries you endure in the ensuing collision.

Dealing with the insurance company on your own can be frustrating and end with an inadequate settlement. Fortunately, you can retain an experienced and dedicated personal injury lawyer like Morgan Whitlock to represent you.

She is a skilled litigator and negotiator who will make sure you get the money you are entitled to for your medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages and more.

Free Legal Consultation Regarding Your Pedestrian Accident

Call Whitlock Law, LLC, at 301-565-1655 24 hours a day or email us to reach our Silver Spring office. We will not charge you anything until we deliver you compensation.


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