Case studies - Pedestrian | Case Studies

The latest 2019 Government figures show that more than 20,000 people were injured or killed in 2015 on UK roads. Of these, nearly 5,000 were pedestrians who sustained serious injuries and over 400 were killed.

Approximately 1/3 of pedestrian accidents involve children and young people. Children who may have not yet have learnt to safely cross roads and fully appreciate the speed of moving vehicles are particularly vulnerable making accidents more likely in near schools or playgrounds.

If you were injured as a pedestrian as a result of another road user's actions or negligence, you may be entitled to financial compensation.

With Quittance Legal Services, your pedestrian compensation claim will be handled by a highly-experienced solicitor with an excellent track record of winning compensation for claimants injured on the road.

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Pedestrian injury claims

Latest pedestrian accident case study:

£5,000 awarded for a trip on poorly maintained cobbles

Quittance's solicitor panel successfully secured compensation of £5,000 for a 32-year-old pedestrian who suffered a broken bone in his ankle during an accident in a public car park. The injury was sustained in a fall on badly maintained cobbles at work.

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