Lawton & Cates

Get legal help now (608) 729-7813
Home \ Lawton & Cates, S.C. \ Madison Pedestrian Accident Lawyer \

Madison Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

Select a video below to learn about Wisconsin Pedestrian Accident Law from the Madison attorney(s) at the law firm of Lawton & Cates, S.C.


Pedestrian Accident Law Basics: Pedestrian accidents often result in serious injuries or even death. The process of recovering damages for the negligence of a driver who caused your injuries in a pedestrian accident can be difficult. The Madison lawyer(s) at Lawton & Cates, S.C. answer your important questions, on video, about the process of recovering damages for pedestrian accident injuries in Wisconsin. For answers to your legal questions about Pedestrian Accident Law, click on a question below, or to contact Lawton & Cates, S.C. about Pedestrian Accident Law issues, use the form below or call (608) 729-7813.

All Video Answers

After my pedestrian accident, the defendant's car insurance company called me and asked me to give a recorded statement. Should I cooperate with them?

Are mental distress damages available to a family member who witnesses a fatal pedestrian accident?

Are there alternatives to going to court in a Wisconsin pedestrian accident case?

Can I be found to have been partially at fault for my injuries caused by a Wisconsin pedestrian accident?

Can the driver's insurance company require me to be examined by one of its doctors after my pedestrian accident?

Do I have a pedestrian accident claim after being hit by an uninsured motorist?

Do I need to retain an attorney in my Wisconsin pedestrian accident case?

How long will my Wisconsin pedestrian accident case take?

How soon do I need to bring a case after a pedestrian accident in Wisconsin?

I was jaywalking and hit by a car. The driver saw me and could have avoided me, can I still sue?

I was walking along the shoulder with the flow of traffic when I was struck by a car. Did I violate any laws?

If I am a pedestrian hit by a motor vehicle in Wisconsin, is there anyone else I can sue other than the motor vehicle driver?

If my child has been injured or killed by a motor vehicle when he or she was a pedestrian in Wisconsin, what are our rights?

Is there a cap to the chiropractic/physical therapy visits under my auto insurance policy after a pedestrian accident?

My son's friend pushed him off the sidewalk into the path of an oncoming vehicle. Who is liable?


Related Keywords

compass accident attorney child crosswalk damages duty fault hit and run illegal injury insurance motor vehicle negligence pedestrian right of way

Get Legal Help

By submitting this form, I agree to the terms of use of this website. I read this website's disclaimer and privacy policy and understand that THELAW.TV is not a lawyer referral service and makes no representation regarding the quality of legal services offered by the participating attorneys.

Law Firm Info

Lawton & Cates, S.C.

10 East Doty Street, Suite 400
Madison, Wisconsin 53703

(608) 729-7813

About Our Firm

For over 50 years, Lawton & Cates, S.C. has represented workers, the injured, consumers and small businesses. Our attorneys have achieved national and local recognition. The firm has the highest rating possible by Martindale Hubbell. The firm is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers for personal injury, labor and employment law, civil and criminal trial practice and construction law.

Our Office Location


The Wisconsin lawyer(s) at Lawton & Cates, S.C. offer their Pedestrian Accident Lawservices to residents of Madison, Wisconsin, and serves Dane County and the surrounding communities of Baraboo, Jefferson, Janesville, Juneau, Wausau, Sauk County, Jefferson County, Rock County, Dodge County and Marathon County.