Lancaster has a huge number of pedestrians and the statistics show the serious danger they are put in. In 2010 alone, Lancaster had 12 pedestrian accidents with the rest of the state averaging two. Injuries sustained in auto accidents are unquestionably serious, but the accidents sustained by pedestrians can be catastrophic or even fatal.
If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury due to someone’s driving negligence in or near Lancaster, get in touch with our team as soon as possible.
Our team of attorneys represents pedestrians, passengers and injured drivers in and around South Central Pennsylvania, Lancaster County and Susquehanna Valley. Get in touch to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss pedestrian and car accidents at 215-732-2260 or email the firm.
Having worked on some of the most complex car accidents and pedestrian accidents in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, we will do everything possible to maximize your compensation if you have been injured in an auto accident in or near Lancaster. In addition to pedestrian and car accidents, we are prepared to work on:
- Trucking accidents
- Commercial vehicle accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Bus accidents
- Train accidents
Regardless of your unique circumstances, we will work directly with you and meticulously build your case for trial – if the insurance company will not settle for what you deserve, we are ready to go to court.
An example of our success:
$650,000 settlement for an auto accident victim involved in an intersectional collision where the victim entered the intersection without the right of way. Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., was successful against the municipality, proving a history of sun glare-related problems at this intersection, and that sun glare prevented proper traffic control vision.
To get in touch and schedule a free consultation to discuss auto accidents with one of our Lancaster hit-and-run accidents lawyers, please call 215-732-2260 or email Soloff & Zervanos, P.C. Phones are answered 24 hours a day.