Injuries sustained when a person is hit by a car are often severe and too often fatal. Bodily harm and recovery are the only immediate concerns you and your loved ones should have. Mounting medical bills, loss of income, pain, and suffering, long term care, and all other damages for which you are owed compensation shouldn’t be your focus right now. It’s our job to make sure you get what’s due.
Without malicious intent, if you were walking, jogging, or running, and struck by a vehicle chances are good that negligence was a contributing factor. The question is whose and how much.
If you were in a crosswalk the driver is always at fault. If you were hit by a vehicle while jaywalking (outside of a crosswalk) the driver is still often at fault as he/she should have been paying attention to the road. As a pedestrian, you are considered a roadway obstacle that all drivers are responsible for avoiding.
Unless you were acting in a completely unreasonable manner, demonstrating reckless behavior, or not using any common sense you have a very strong case against the driver.