Pedestrian Accidents Lawyer San Francisco
Every Pedestrian Accident Is a Serious Accident. When a pedestrian gets hit by a car, it often results in serious injury or death. Under California law, drivers of cars, minibuses and other vehicles are legally required to yield to pedestrians in road. If you were injured as a pedestrian, you are entitled to seek money damages for your injuries.
Jai Oi Min Law Offices has been vigorously protecting the rights of people injured in pedestrian accidents in the greater San Francisco Bay Area since 1985. Known as the Law Offices of David A. Krausz since 1999, our firm continues to focus on providing experienced and effective representation for members of the Chinese community, but serves all residents the Greater Bay Area and Las Vegas, as well.
Attorney David Krausz as pedestrian accidents lawyer San Francisco has a successful record of representing injured pedestrians and bike riders in the greater Bay Area for nearly 20 years.
You Keep More of Your Settlement Money
Call us toll free or contact us by e-mail to schedule a free consultation. You will find us open, honest and responsive to your needs throughout your case.
In many pedestrian accident cases, you may have to present a claim against your own insurance company for a settlement. If an uninsured motorist claimed can’t be settled, it will be resolved through binding arbitration. We handle everything, from investigation through the final settlement.
We focus on helping you get the highest settlement or jury award possible, while keeping your costs low so you keep more of your money. We handle every part of your claim, too.
We represent pedestrians and their families in personal injury and wrongful death claims, including:
- Hit and run claims against your own insurance
- Crosswalk accidents
- Sidewalk injuries
- Injuries to children
- Parking lot and parking ramp accidents
- Motorcycle, moped, scooter and bicycle accidents
- Hit while walking on shoulder of the road
What If You Weren’t In a Crosswalk?
Just because you weren’t crossing a road in a legal crosswalk doesn’t give a driver the right to claim the right of way. The law will look at whether you were leaving a place of safety and acting responsibly as a pedestrian.