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Tenaciously Protecting Injured Cyclists And Pedestrians

Seattle is one of the most popular cities in the country for bicyclists and pedestrians. Although it is known as a bike- and pedestrian-friendly area, there are still hundreds of serious accidents every year.

Catherine Fleming of Fleming Law, PLLC, has handled hundreds of injury cases involving bicycles and pedestrians. She uses her skill in pretrial negotiation and litigation to help her clients recover fair and just compensation. When you need a tenacious lawyer to protect your rights and help you gain your footing again, she is ready to serve you. Read more about some of the high-profile cases she has handled.

What Are The Common Injuries Of These Accidents?

Pedestrians and cyclists do not have the protection of a steel frame around them like drivers do. In an accident, they often have catastrophic injuries. Some of the most common injuries to cyclists and pedestrians include:

  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Fractured limbs
  • Road rash
  • Neck injuries
  • Spinal cord damage
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder

These can lead to staggeringly expensive medical bills. You may also miss work due to your medical appointments.

Getting Back The Benefit Of The Doubt

Many people are quick to place the blame for an accident on cyclists and pedestrians. Even if you had no part at all in your accident, the odds are stacked against you. Catherine knows how to gather evidence and tell your story so insurance companies, judges, jurors and doctors understand exactly what happened. This can dramatically increase your likelihood of recovering monetary compensation.

Get Tenacious Legal Protection – Schedule A Consultation

You deserve to ride your bike or walk without a negligent driver harming you. Fleming Law can help you prevent a similar accident from happening to anyone else in the future. To speak with her about your next steps, set up an initial consultation at her Washington office. Call 206-895-0453 or send her an email to get in touch.