PEDESTRIAN INJURY LAWYER

Drivers have the responsibility to protect the safety of others on the road — including pedestrians. They also have the responsibility to stop and wait for emergency response teams should they accidentally hit a pedestrian or other vehicle. When drivers ignore these responsibilities and you are injured as a result, you may be unsure what options you have to obtain compensation for your injuries or disability.

We at Farrell Law Group understand the often serious nature of pedestrian hit-and-run accidents. As your advocate, we will help you understand your rights and options for recovering the benefits and compensation you need to take care of your medical expenses, loss of income and other financial considerations. From our office in Toronto, we represent individuals throughout the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and southern Ontario.


Contact Our Experienced Lawyer for Crosswalk Injuries

Whether you were hit in a crosswalk, a sidewalk or anywhere along the roadside, we are dedicated to helping you recover the benefits and compensation you need to rebuild your life. To discuss your pedestrian injury claim with our Toronto lawyer call us at 416-487-7300 or contact us online.

Since 1982, our lawyer Guy Farrell has provided client-centered legal advice and litigation services focused on personal injury and insurance claims.

  • Personal Injury Litigation

    • Personal Injury Litigation
    • Car Accidents
    • No-Fault Accident Benefits
    • Commercial Vehicle Accidents
    • Public Transit Accidents
    • Pedestrian Accidents
    • Bicycle Accidents
    • Dangerous Premises & Activities
    • Slip, Trip & Fall Accidents
    • Snow Sports Accidents
  • Accident Injuries

    • Accident Injuries
    • Brain Injuries/Concussions
    • Back & Spinal Cord Injuries
    • Fractures
    • Scars & Burns
    • Chronic Pain
    • Depression, PTSD & Psychiatric Trauma
    • Wrongful Death
  • Insurance Litigation

    • Insurance Litigation
    • Uninsured, Underinsured or Unidentified Motorists
    • Long-Term Disability