Pedestrian Accidents

Manassas Pedestrian Accident Lawyers

As populations in northern Virginia communities continue to grow, more and more intersections in the region become dangerous. The volume of vehicle and foot traffic in places like Fairfax, Annandale and surrounding areas results in far too many car-pedestrian collisions. Lacking protection, these pedestrians often suffer life-changing injuries.

The Law Offices of Locklin & Coleman, PLLC, is a Manassas law firm led by Kevin Locklin, who has practiced personal injury law since 1981. Our firm has represented pedestrians in Prince William County, Fauquier County and throughout the region who were struck by cars and trucks. Many such accidents involved drunk drivers, distracted drivers and drivers who simply failed to live up to their responsibilities behind the wheel. We believe in holding these drivers accountable and getting compensation for injured people.

Call toll-free at 866-719-4394 or email us to speak with a Fairfax pedestrian accident attorney. Your initial consultation is free.

Fighting for the Seriously Injured

Pedestrians sustain serious injuries of many types when they are involved in accidents. Our Manassas law firm does everything possible to recover maximum compensation for pedestrians who suffer:

Overcoming Insurance Company Tactics

It is common for insurance companies to try to blame pedestrians for accidents. Sometimes, they offer settlements that are far too small to adequately compensate the victim. We encourage you not to accept a settlement offer before speaking with an experienced Manassas personal injury lawyer about your case.

Contact a Fairfax Accident Attorney for a Free Consultation

If you or a loved one was hit by a car while walking or running in northern Virginia, The Law Offices of Locklin & Coleman, PLLC, is here to help. We offer a free initial consultation at our Manassas office, or we can visit injury victims at home or in the hospital. To arrange your meeting, please call at 866-719-4394 or email us. We work on a contingency basis — no attorney fees unless we secure compensation.