LOS ANGELES, Sept. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Mr. Hamdam, California pedestrian accident lawyer, is offering free consultations for pedestrian accidents. Pedestrians accidents are among the most serious roadway collisions. Pedestrians, or anyone travelling on foot, have no protection against vehicles, which are often travelling at a comparatively high rate of speed. This means that pedestrians are more likely to suffer catastrophic, painful or debilitating injuries or even fatalities.
Mr. Hamdam, pedestrian accident attorney, works closely with accident victims to help them explore their options. Taking legal action against the negligent party can be a big step, but it can help victims of pedestrian accidents seek and receive justice in the aftermath of the collision. In many cases, pedestrian accidents are associated with drivers who are driving recklessly, negligently, under the influence, failing to yield or speeding.
California law requires drivers to drive safely at all times and follow all rules of the road. Negligence or reckless driving can result in a driver being held liable for damages if a pedestrian is injured or killed as a result of the driver's actions. Victims of pedestrian accidents may be entitled to compensation for their medical costs, costs for rehabilitation, psychological distress, lost wages and other financial hardships that arise as a result of the accidents, and the Los Angeles pedestrian accident statistics are high. Seeking legal advice from a seasoned pedestrian accident lawyer such as Mr. Hamdam can help ensure that pedestrian accident victims are properly protected and able to seek the full amount of compensation to which they are entitled.
Mr. Hamdam is an experienced pedestrian accidents lawyer. He has helped many throughout the Los Angeles area who have been hurt or suffered a loss as a result of a pedestrian accident. He graduated from UWLA in 1997, from which he obtained his Juris Doctorate degree. During his education, his scholarship was recognized with a juris prudence award and inclusion on the Dean's List. He was also a semi-finalist on the brief of distinction and on the moot court. He was admitted to the bar a year after graduation, and he is currently licensed to practice throughout the state and in the U.S. District Court.
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SOURCE Farhad Hamdam