Helping Injured Pedestrian And Bicyclists In Western Massachusetts And Southern Vermont

When a person is injured in a car accident, he or she is often protected to a degree by the car, seat belt and air bags. When a person is injured while on foot or while riding a bike, he or she is not at all protected. Getting hit by a car or "buzzed" by a car can result in very serious injuries or death.

Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP, is a law firm that has served the Berkshires since 1913. We have ample understanding of the ways that pedestrian and bike accidents happen and the specific insurance issues that can arise. We are here to help you through your accident, the resulting injuries and ultimately to obtain maximum compensation for your losses. We offer free initial consultations. To schedule yours, please call us in North Adams, Springfield and Pittsfield, Massachusetts, at 413-358-4652 and in Vermont at 802-681-4729.

Hit-And-Runs Are Common With Pedestrian And Bicycle Accidents

It is not uncommon for vehicles to "buzz" pedestrians and bikers, running them off the road and causing injuries. In some instances, it is possible that the motorist is unaware they hit a pedestrian or bicyclist. In other situations, it is possible that the motorist takes off out of fear or other emotion. While the reason for the hit-and-run accident may never be fully clear, our personal injury lawyers are clear and precise about the way that we handle these accident claims. We can protect your rights in all interactions with the insurance company, including any issues of uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage that may apply.

Whether you are dealing with a serious, life-altering injury or the fatality of a loved one, Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP, can guide you through this to a favorable resolution. We are the largest law firm in Berkshire County and have vast experience helping injured people.

For More Information, Schedule Your Free Consultation

If you are unable to travel to meet us, we can come to you. Schedule your free consultation today by calling 413-358-4652 in Massachusetts or 802-681-4729 in Vermont. We can also be contacted online.

All personal injury claims are handled on a contingent fee basis — you will not owe any attorneys' fees unless we win compensation on your behalf.