Wayne County Pedestrian Accident Lawyer
Helping You Recover Compensation
While all drivers should know that pedestrians always have the right of way, unfortunately, careless and distracted driving still leads to serious pedestrian accidents and injuries every day. If you or a loved one was hit by car while on foot, contact our law firm for assistance. Located in Taylor, Michigan, Downriver Injury & Auto Law is an established law firm dedicated to helping auto accident victims recover the compensation they are entitled to under the law.
Timing is of critical importance in any car accident injury case. When a pedestrian is injured, the injury is typically severe, so it is even more important to seek legal counsel immediately.
As soon as you contact us, we will get to work investigating and building your case. We often work with experts and specialists, including physicians, accident reconstructionists and vocational experts, to support our clients’ claims.
At Downriver Injury & Auto Law, we are known for providing personal attention and quality service. As our client, you will work directly with attorney Michael G. Heilmann, a highly respected Michigan lawyer who dedicates his practice to personal injury law.
Downriver Pedestrian Injury Attorney
Whether you were involved in a crosswalk accident, you were hit in a parking lot or you were walking down the sidewalk, if a car hit you, you are the victim. Call (734) 307-3800 to arrange a no-fee consultation with an experienced Wayne County pedestrian accident attorney, or contact our law firm online for a prompt response.
We often travel to meet with injured clients at home, in the hospital and other convenient locations. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
Who are our clients? Our clients are from all over Michigan, but we particularly love serving residents of: Allen Park, Brownstown Township, Ecorse, Flat Rock, Gibraltar, Grosse Ile, Huron Charter Township, Lincoln Park, Melvindale, New Boston, River Rouge, Riverview, Rockwood, Romulus, Southgate, Taylor, Trenton, Woodhaven, and Wyandotte.