30+ Years Experience In the Legal Field
- Aviation Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Drowning Accidents
- Industrial Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Pedestrian Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Product Liability
- Professional Liability
- Truck Accidents
- Wrongful Death
Texas Pedestrian Accident Lawyer
Protecting The Rights Of Injured Pedestrians
Pedestrians are some of the most vulnerable individuals on roads and crosswalks. Negligent drivers can cause serious pedestrian accidents when they fail to yield or pay attention to the road. If you were injured as a pedestrian, we have the extensive resources and legal insight required to represent you as an injured victim. We can help you file an injury lawsuit against the responsible driver so you can obtain damages for your injuries.
A personal injury suit can help you recover compensation for:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Physical therapy
Dedicated. Skilled. Accessible.
Known for our dedication and skills, our Texas pedestrian accident attorneys are passionate about safeguarding the rights of the injured individuals we represent. Our legal team includes two Board Certified Specialists who possess expert-level knowledge that has proven to be invaluable in past cases. During our more than 30 years of experience, we have recovered tens of millions of dollars in compensation for the personal injury cases we’ve handled.
Ready to start your injury case? Turn to Waltman & Grisham for help.
If you are ready to move forward with your injury case, we can prepare all necessary documentation on your behalf. We will do everything we can to obtain the compensation you need to get back on your feet as quickly as possible.
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Waltman & Grisham
Serious Injury, Civil Trial, Family Law
1470 Copperfield Parkway
College Station, TX 77845
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