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Representing People Who Have Been Injured In Bicycle And Pedestrian Accidents

At Scott Law Office and Mediation Center, attorney Mark A. Scott offers experienced legal counsel for people who have been injured in bicycle or pedestrian accidents. Serving clients throughout Indiana, his goal is to help maximize your recovery while resolving your legal matters efficiently and effectively.

His clients include people who use their bicycles for transportation and recreation as well as walkers or joggers. Many of them are children who suffered injuries while riding their bicycles or walking to or from school. Attorney Scott works with their parents to help minimize the long-term impact that these accidents can have on children. To do this, he holds negligent drivers accountable for the harm they have caused.

When You Should Talk With A Lawyer About Your Accident

Not every bicycle or pedestrian accident case requires a lawyer’s counsel to achieve resolution. However, working with a skilled and experienced personal injury attorney can help ensure that your rights are fully protected. You may require the help of an experienced professional if the personal injury is serious or a loved one has been killed.

In bicycle or pedestrian accidents involving catastrophic injury and wrongful death, the impact on the victim and the immediate family can be horrible, both financially and emotionally. By seeking qualified legal representation after the accident, your lawyer can help you obtain compensation for medical bills, missed work, and pain and suffering, as well as resources for ongoing medical treatment and adaptations to your home and vehicle.

Call An Experienced Indiana Lawyer

If you or a loved one has sustained an injury while crossing the street, biking to work or jogging around the neighborhood, please reach out to attorney Scott’s Kokomo office at 765-450-9837. You can also schedule a consultation online with him to discuss your case.