Pensacola Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents Attorney

Experienced Representation For Victims of Bicycle and Pedestrian Accidents

Due to economic challenges and a rise in environmental awareness, many people are choosing to walk or ride a bicycle to the places they want to go. Growth in pedestrian and bicycle traffic goes hand-in-hand with an increase in pedestrian and biking accidents.

A pedestrian or bicycle accident can change a victim's life without a moment's notice. Bodies are not made to withstand impact with a car or truck. Catastrophic-level injuries are not uncommon. In some tragic cases, these misfortunes even result in fatality.

More Than Five Decades of Personal Injury Experience

At the law firm of Stephen T. Holman, P.A., our pedestrian and bicycle accident attorneys share more than 50 years of combined experience representing accident victims and families who have lost a loved one in a case of wrongful death. We recognize the level of devastation a biking or crosswalk accident can have and strive to secure maximum compensation for the damages our clients have suffered.

Contact us online or please call us at 850-316-8243 or toll free at 866-331-5998 to schedule a free initial consultation.

Seeking Compensation for Pedestrian and Bicycle Accident Injuries

We carefully examine each pedestrian or bicycle claim, seeking to understand how the accident happened and who is liable for the injuries our client's have endured. It is our goal to help you secure compensation for:

  • Current and future medical expenses
  • Physical, occupational or vocational rehabilitation
  • Lost wages from time away from work
  • Pain and suffering

Contact the Law Firm of Stephen T. Holman, P.A.

If you or a love one were injured while walking or bicycling, you can rely on us for an honest evaluation of your case and a discussion on how we may be able to help you secure compensation. Please call us at 850-316-8243 or toll free at 866-331-5998 for a free case evaluation.

All personal injury and wrongful death cases are accepted on a contingent-fee basis. No Fee or Costs Unless You Recover Money.