When cars strike pedestrians or cyclists, the consequences are often catastrophic. Without the protection provided by a seatbelt or surrounding vehicle, the pedestrian or cyclist is likely to absorb the full impact of the crash and suffer serious injuries.
At Ferris & Salter, P.C., we understand the long-term effects of serious injuries. We work to protect people who are injured as the result of the negligence of others. If someone you love has been injured in a car crash as a pedestrian or cyclist, you need our experience on your side. From our office in Ann Arbor, we represent injured clients and their families throughout Michigan.
Contact us through email or call us at (734) 677-2020 to schedule a free case evaluation.
For car crashes involving cyclists and pedestrians, it is particularly important to have an experienced trial lawyer handling your case. Combined, attorneys Don Ferris and Heidi Salter-Ferris have more than 60 years of experience, and they have handled more than 250 jury trials. Whether you've been injured in a hit and run accident or motorcycle crash, we have the experience necessary to effectively protected seriously injured people.
This experiences means that we can effectively present your legal claims arising from bicycle and pedestrian accidents, whether in front of a jury or at the negotiating table. We can explain the long-term effects of a catastrophic injury, including the effects for both the injured person and their family. We understand the full scope of consequences, and we will fight aggressively to ensure that you are protected.
In many places, cyclists are required to ride on the streets - but drivers don't share the road, resulting in accidents. Crosswalks are supposed to allow pedestrians to cross the streets safely, but crosswalks make no difference if drivers aren't paying attention. When this lack of attention causes serious injuries, drivers should be held accountable.
We work diligently to ensure that negligent people take responsibility for the harms they cause. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.