If you or a loved one is involved in a pedestrian accident, you could suffer life-changing injuries. If a negligent driver is at fault, you may be able to receive financial compensation for your injuries.

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Even a minor pedestrian accident can leave you with major injuries. This may result in high medical expenses, lost time from your job, and other expenses you did not see coming.

The pedestrian accident lawyers at Nevada Accident Injury Lawyers in Las Vegas work with clients throughout the state of Nevada. If, after reading this article, you have more questions, we invite you to contact us for a free consultation. We can assist you in avoiding any costly mistakes that could result if you attempt to handle your pedestrian accident claim yourself.

What Are the Most Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents in Nevada?

In Nevada, crosswalks and intersections are meant to be safe spaces used by pedestrians to cross the road. Sadly, this is not always the case and there are many pedestrian injuries and deaths every year in Nevada.

In Las Vegas, the most common cause of pedestrian accidents includes, but is not limited to:


Drivers speeding through an intersection to beat a traffic light


Distracted Drivers


Pedestrians and Drivers Not Paying Attention in a Parking Lot


Drivers failing to yield to pedestrians in a crosswalk


Pedestrian fails to yield to traffic that has the right-of-way


Drivers making illegal or unsafe turns in an intersection


Drivers who roll through a stop sign or traffic light


Drivers exiting the roadway and driving upon sidewalks

There is a legal obligation on the part of motor vehicle operators to watch out for pedestrians and make sure they are safe on Nevada roads.

The Las Vegas pedestrian accident lawyers at Nevada Accident Injury Lawyers have the experience and skill to help many of our clients recover the maximum monetary compensation they deserve.

Who Can Be Liable For My Nevada Pedestrian Accident?

Depending on the individual circumstances of your Nevada pedestrian accident, there are a few different parties that may be responsible for your injuries. They include, but are not limited to:

1. The Negligent Driver

Negligent drivers are one of the most common causes of pedestrian accidents in Nevada. Negligence can be in the form of speeding, distracted driving, driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol, failure to yield, etc.

2. Motor Vehicle Manufacturer or Parts

Your Nevada pedestrian accident may have been caused by a design flaw or defective components in the vehicle that hit you. If this is the case, the manufacturer may be held liable for your damages.

3. Employer of the Driver

If you were hit by a driver who was operating a vehicle that is owned by their employer, then the employer may be liable for your injuries. In Nevada, employers may be held liable for the actions of their employees during the time they are on duty.

4. Government Agency

It could be that your Nevada pedestrian accident was caused by a road design defect or a traffic signal that was not timed properly. Additionally, a government agency could be responsible due to missing signs, visual obstruction, or other issues.

5. Pedestrians

In some cases, you as a pedestrian may be liable or partially liable for the accident. For example, if you ignore a do not cross sign and walk in front of oncoming traffic, you may be found to be at fault for your Nevada pedestrian accident.

What Are the Most Common Injuries in a Nevada Pedestrian Accident?

Motor vehicle drivers are protected by many safety features. As a pedestrian, you do not have the same protection available to you. The experienced pedestrian attorneys at Nevada Accident Injury Lawyers have helped our clients that suffered injuries such as:


Broken Bones and Fractures




Soft Tissue Damage


Spinal Cord Injuries


Traumatic Head Injuries


Back Injuries




Wrongful Death

What Type of Compensation Can I Receive after my Nevada Pedestrian Accident?

If you or a loved one suffered injuries as a result of a Nevada pedestrian accident, our attorneys can help you recover monetary compensation for:

1. Medical Expenses

Including emergency room visits, surgeries, medical tests, specialists, rehabilitation, medical equipment, and other costs.

2. Lost Wages

Your pedestrian accident can prevent you from working to support yourself and your family.

3. Loss of Future Earnings

As a result of your pedestrian accident, it could cost you your career, and you may be forced to take a lower-paying job, or you may not be able to work.

4. Emotional Distress

For such things as insomnia, depression, and other issues.

5. Disfigurement

6. Pain and Suffering: caused by your injuries

7. Wrongful Death

Can You Still File a Claim for Your Pedestrian Accident if You were Jaywalking?

You may be able to pursue a claim for your injuries. Even though jaywalking is illegal, it is not automatically grounds for your claim to be denied. Using comparative fault, we may be able to prove the driver who hit you was more responsible for your Nevada pedestrian accident than you were.

In this situation, you must speak with one of our Nevada pedestrian accident lawyers as soon as possible.

In any pedestrian accident claim, you will be dealing with an insurance company. The at-fault driver’s insurance company will be involved in any settlement negotiations. The process of dealing with the insurance companies can be rife with pitfalls, but a Nevada pedestrian accident lawyer at Nevada Accident Injury Lawyers can help you navigate this difficult time in your life.

Injuries to you or your loved one can end in physical, emotional, and financial stress on you and your family. The sooner you contact our office the better, and our attorneys will aggressively fight for your rights. The pedestrian accident lawyers at Nevada Accident Injury Lawyers may be able to help you and may be able to recover all the monetary compensation for your injuries that you and your family deserve.

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