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Pedestrian-Car Accidents

Fighting for the Victims

Suppose you’re crossing the street and get hit by a car. You might assume that you’d be entitled to compensation for any injuries you’ve received in the accident.

While this might seem reasonable, the law can make things more complicated. Under Idaho state law, the car driver often gets the benefit of the doubt in situations like these. That means you may need to prove your case in court before you recover money damages.

If you’re hurt from a pedestrian-car accident, Skaug Law will advocate for your rights. We’re known throughout Boise and Northwest Idaho for helping injury victims obtain full and fair money damages. We’ll do everything we can to ensure that you don’t take the blame for your accident.

“Routinely, drivers ignore crosswalks and marked intersections. We use independent investigators and specialists to determine exactly how the accident happened and present a clear case for the compensation you need.”—Attorney Todd Michael Joyner

How Skaug Law Handles Pedestrian Accident Cases

Before taking a case, Skaug Law offers a free consultation to discuss your legal options. We’ve handled a variety of pedestrian injury cases, including:

  • Sidewalk accidents
  • Parking lot accidents
  • Crosswalk accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Intersection accidents
  • Loading dock accidents

Frequently, a hit-and-run driver or an uninsured or underinsured driver causes pedestrian accidents. Skaug Law’s attorneys have managed to find sources of compensation that less-experienced attorneys might not even consider such as homeowner’s insurance policies.

We handle all pedestrian injury cases on a contingency basis. You don’t pay fees to us unless we help you recover money for your economic and non-economic losses.

Contact us to discuss your pedestrian accident.


Thank you for all the work you have done for me on this case. It is not an easy task to go through a lawsuit, but you have made it as good as it can be. I will always recommend you to my friends and family.