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Pedestrian Injury Lawyer in Eastvale California

Have you or a loved one been injured in a pedestrian accident in Eastvale California? We are a Inland Empire pedestrian accident injury law firm. We represent individuals that have suffered personal injuries as a result of being injured in a pedestrian accident. Pedestrian accidents can occur almost anywhere. Common pedestrian accidents include;

  • Cross Walk Accidents
  • Bike Path Accidents
  • Walk Way Accidents
  • Sidewalk Accidents
  • Hit by Automobile in Crosswalk
  • Struck By Automobile in Parking Lot
  • Hit and Struck by Bicycle on Bike Path

Personal Injury Attorney in Eastvale California

If you or a loved one has been injured by a automobile, truck, bicycle, or motorcycle while using a common pedestrian walk way like a sidewalk, crosswalk, or bike path you may be entitled to financial compensation for your personal injuries. However, every personal injury claim has specific time requirements called statute of limitations. It is important that you seek out and retain an experienced personal injury lawyer to handle your accident injury claim. Our Eastvale California and Riverside County personal injury lawyer can provide you with a FREE no obligation consultation. We can come to your home, office, and or hospital bed if necessary.

Eastvale California is a relatively new community. Eastvale California is surrounded by the 60 Freeway, Interstate 15, the 91 Freeway,and the 71 Freeway. Like all new communities residents are becoming accustomed to the newly developed roadways including crosswalks and pedestrian walk ways. In addition, Eastvale California has many new bike paths and greenbelts that individuals frequent and may be the site for accidents causing injuries.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a Pedestrian accident in Eastvale California, Riverside County please call our Eastvale California personal injury lawyer today for a FREE consultation to protect your personal injury rights.