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When vehicles hit pedestrians or bicyclists on the roadway, the results are often catastrophic. While drivers may claim that pedestrians or bicyclists “came out of nowhere,” the reality is that car and truck drivers frequently do not take the time to look out for them or yield the right of way.
If a pedestrian or cyclist is hit by a distracted driver, drunk driver or otherwise negligent driver, he or she has the right to seek compensation for medical bills, income loss, pain and suffering, and other damages.
At Gray, Ritter & Graham in St. Louis, we have brought personal injury claims on behalf of pedestrians and bicyclists seriously injured in motor vehicle accidents since 1946. We bring substantial experience, teamwork and thorough preparation to every case we handle. After an accident, we send investigators to the scene to gather evidence for determining who is responsible. In some cases, this means interviewing witnesses and/or reconstructing the accident.
We also work with medical experts to determine the extent of the injuries sustained in order to help clients recover fair compensation. We understand that pedestrian and bicycle accidents often cause life-changing injuries and deaths. Your personal injury financial award should cover not only your current medical expenses but also your future medical needs, from rehabilitation to long-term care.
We understand you may be facing financial challenges. GRG will not charge you for reviewing your case. You will not pay attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you.
In addition to recovering compensation for you, we are dedicated to holding drivers accountable for negligence such as:
Contact us for a consultation. There is no charge for discussing your case. We represent clients in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and the surrounding region.meet the team that has served the people for over 70 years
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