Pedestrian Accidents

While being involved in a car accident as a driver or passenger can be damaging enough, being hit by a car, bus or semi truck can cause severe and often fatal injuries.

Our Newport News pedestrian accident attorneys recognize how dangerous an accident involving joggers, bicyclists and other pedestrians can be. Dunnigan & Messier, PC, is committed to helping individuals who have been hurt or who have lost a loved one in a pedestrian or bike accident with a motor vehicle.

Reliable Hampton Crosswalk Injury Attorneys Helping You Recover

Virginia lawyers Stephen A. Dunnigan and Marc P. Messier help individuals and families throughout the state obtain fair and full compensation for their losses resulting from pedestrian accidents involving serious injuries and wrongful death.

Our clients and their loved ones have suffered injuries involving:

  • Fractured bones
  • Serious skin abrasions
  • Back injuries
  • Neck injuries
  • Head injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Limb loss
  • Disfigurement

If you have been hit by a car, truck or other vehicle, chances are you are suffering from acute injuries that may take weeks, months or even years to heal. We believe that you should not be held responsible for the careless and negligent behavior of a motorist.

At Dunnigan & Messier, PC, we will work together to create a resilient case for your personal injury claim to obtain maximized compensation for the damage you have suffered. We will explore your options for recovery if you were involved in a hit-and-run accident — including your uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage — and work with experts to prove that your injuries were caused by the motorist.

Our attorneys are determined and aggressive litigators who don’t like to lose. We are prepared to advocate for your rights to receive the best negotiated settlement or jury verdict.

Our contingency fees: Personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we accept your case, there is no fee to you unless we recover damages on your behalf.