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  • Case Results:
    $60 million verdict for product liability case in 2015
  • Case Results:
    $60 million verdict for wrongful death case in 2015
  • Case Results:
    $37.5 million verdict for wrongful death case in 2004
  • Case Results:
    $37 million verdict for brain & spinal cord injury in 2005
  • Case Results:
    $16.2 million verdict for motorcycle accident in 2015
  • Case Results:
    $14.2 million verdict for wrongful death case in 2015
  • Case Results:
    $12 million verdict for brain & spinal cord injury in 2005
  • Case Results:
    $12 million verdict for bus accident in 2005
  • Case Results:
    $12 million verdict for chronic pain case in 2005
  • Case Results:
    $12 million verdict for motorcycle accident in 2012
  • Case Results:
    $11 million verdict for product liability case in 2010
  • Case Results:
    $7.75 million verdict for motorcycle accident in 2006
  • Case Results:
    $7.75 million verdict for brain & spinal cord injury in 2006
  • Case Results:
    $7.5 million verdict for premises liability case in 2010
  • Case Results:
    $7.5 million verdict for Insurance bad faith case in 2010
  • Case Results:
    $7 million verdict for wrongful death case in 2007
  • Case Results:
    $6.1 million verdict for dangerous roadway case in 2011
  • Case Results:
    $5.75 million verdict for bus accident in 2007
  • Case Results:
    $5.75 million verdict for pedestrian accident in 2007
  • Case Results:
    $5.6 million verdict for wrongful death case in 2015
  • Case Results:
    $5.5 million verdict for brain & spinal cord injury in 2010
  • Case Results:
    $5 million verdict for business litigation case in 2003
  • Case Results:
    $4.2 million verdict for brain & spinal cord injury in 2011
  • Case Results:
    $4.2 million verdict for chronic pain case in 2011
  • Case Results:
    $4.2 million verdict for dangerous roadway case in 2011
  • Case Results:
    $4 million verdict for amputation case in 2009
  • Case Results:
    $4 million verdict for premises liability case in 2014
  • Case Results:
    $3.8 million verdict for wrongful death case in 2013
  • Case Results:
    $3.6 million verdict for wrongful death case in 2009
  • Case Results:
    $3.6 million verdict for brain & spinal injury in 2011
  • Case Results:
    $3.6 million verdict for motorcycle accident in 2009
  • Case Results:
    $3.5 million verdict for bicycle accident in 2011
  • Case Results:
    $3.5 million verdict for bicycle accident in 2012
  • Case Results:
    $3.5 million verdict for truck accident in 2012
  • Case Results:
    $3 million verdict for burn injury in 2008
  • Case Results:
    $3 million verdict for dangerous roadway case in 2007
  • Case Results:
    $3 million verdict for product liability case in 2013
  • Case Results:
    $3 million verdict for product liability case in 2008
  • Case Results:
    $2.8 million verdict for employment law case in 2006
  • Case Results:
    $2.73 million verdict for motorcycle accident in 2006
  • Case Results:
    $2.1 million verdict for dangerous roadway case in 2011
  • Case Results:
    $2 million verdict for bicycle accident in 2012
  • Case Results:
    $2 million verdict for chronic pain case in 2008
  • Case Results:
    $2 million verdict for premises liability case in 2010
  • Case Results:
    $1.6 million verdict for employment law case in 2012
  • Case Results:
    $1.6 million verdict for pedestrian accident in 2010
  • Case Results:
    $1.5 million verdict for truck accident in 2008
  • Case Results:
    $1.25 million verdict for bus accident in 2009
  • Case Results:
    $1.25 million verdict for employment law case in 2006
  • Case Results:
    $1.25 million verdict for employment law case in 2011
  • Case Results:
    $1.1 million verdict for construction accident in 2006
  • Case Results:
    $1 million verdict for truck accident in 2009
  • Case Results:
    $0.9 million verdict for construction accident in 2003
  • Case Results:
    $Confidential verdict for insurance bad faith case in 1998

Top Los Angeles Pedestrian Accident Trial Lawyers

A pedestrian includes anyone on foot, either walking, running, jogging, hiking, sitting or lying down. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that in 2010, 4,280 pedestrians were killed and an estimated 70,000 were injured in traffic crashes in the United States. This averages to one pedestrian death every two hours and one injury every eight minutes.

When looking for a lawyer to handle your claim or that of a loved one, you want to make sure you are hiring lawyers who are the best of the best and who have a proven track record. The Homampour Law Firm is that law firm, as we have successfully handled many pedestrian cases, including at trial (in one case we obtained a verdict of $38 million).

Pedestrian Accident Case Results
  • $37.5 million
    In 2004, Arash Homampour obtained a $37.5 million verdict from a San Bernardino jury in a case against the City of Fontana for the wrongful death of pedestrian Karen Medina (a 14 year old girl) by two divorced parents who testified through a Spanish interpreter at trial. It was an extremely difficult liability case where an unlicensed minor driver was speeding at 70mph down a residential street and lost control of his car striking a young girl walking in the road home from school.

    Arash was able to convince the jury that the young girl died, in part, because the City did not do its job to install sidewalks so that students could walk home safely from school. Also, Arash effectively shifted the jury's obvious focus on the unlicensed driver to the City's role and failure to protect student pedestrians. The jury allocated 75% to the city, 25% to the minor's parents and nothing to the minor driver.

    The trial court ordered a new trial on excessive damages and apportionment. Defendant City unsuccessfully appealed the finding of liability and causation. Arash retried the case in 2008 and obtained a $15 million verdict which was kept as the trial court denied a second motion for new trial on the ground of excessive damages. More details on this verdict can be found here.

    $5.75 million
    In 2007, Arash Homampour settled a very tough liability bus versus pedestrian case for $5.75 million. This provided enough resources for Plaintiff, a 53 year old mother, to move out of the nursing home she had been in for the last 3 years and to move in with her daughter where she could get the loving, care and attention she desperately wanted and needed.

    Plaintiff, a pedestrian, had no recollection of the event but witnesses confirmed that she attempted to cross the street against two red lights - a traffic signal and pedestrian signal. As she was in the cross-walk, she was struck by a Defendant LACMTA bus. Again, the investigating officers cited Plaintiff as the primary collision factor. But, through aggressive efforts it was determined that there were actually three signals facing Plaintiff with the third signal improperly rotated 90 degrees facing Plaintiff.

    It was inferred that Plaintiff walked against the pedestrian red because she saw the green Northbound Tri-light signal. While the LACMTA bus had the right of way, Arash established that the bus driver had enough time to avoid hitting Plaintiff. He also established that the rotated traffic signal was defective because it rotated when it should not have. He also established a dangerous condition of public property in that the City knew that at certain corners the turning radii was too narrow, the traffic poles were mounted too close to the curb and the signals were improperly mounted to the pole allowing turning trucks to strike and rotate the signals.

    He took over 15 depositions and established that the City knew about the problem for years and could have fixed it in 30 minutes by remounting the signals.

    $1.6 million
    In 2010, Arash Homampour settled a difficult liability car versus pedestrian wrongful death case for $1.6 million where decedent was 83 years old and witnesses confirmed that she had crossed the street outside of the crosswalk.
We have attained over $480 million dollars for our clients, we think our results speak for themselves, read about them here.
 

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Phone: 323-658-8077

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Initial consultations are free and our multilingual staff speaks Spanish, Farsi and Armenian.

California Pedestrian Injury Attorneys

The Homampour Law Firm provides results-driven, aggressive representation to clients for a broad range of personal injury claims, including pedestrian accidents. Our accomplished attorneys know how to not only handle pedestrian accident cases but also thoroughly review and preserve evidence in order to achieve a favorable outcome.

From day one, we strongly advocate for our clients and their right to fair and full compensation. We are aggressive trial lawyers who will fight for you at every step, including any trial or necessary appeals. Our No.1 goal is to obtain a favorable verdict on your behalf, and we will not rest until every effort has been made to do so.

No matter the extent of the injury, we are prepared to fight for your claim. Our attorneys immediately begin building your case, preserving and examining evidence for the strongest claim possible. We are accomplished trial lawyers who will take all necessary steps to obtain fair and full compensation for your injuries.

To talk to one of our Los Angeles pedestrian accident lawyers, call 323-658-8077 or toll free at 800-597-8543. Or, if you prefer, send us an email by clicking on the red button below.

Initial consultations are free and our multilingual staff speaks Spanish, Farsi and Armenian.

We take cases on a contingency — which means there is no fee if there is no recovery.

We also can handle complex cases via attorney referral.