Your bicycle/pedestrian injury attorneys – call Law Office of William “Bill” Hurst 800-636-0808.

By William Bill Hurst

Have you or a loved one been a bicyclist/ pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle? Contact a bicycle/pedestrian accident attorney in Indiana at the Law Offices of William “Bill” Hurst at (800)636-0808 for a free consultation and case evaluation, or visit our website at http://www.https://billhurst.com/m. ¡Hablamos Español!

Your bicycle/pedestrian accident attorneys at the Law Offices of William “Bill” Hurst, call (800)636-0808 for immediate help.

“Because of the number of bicycles and people taking advantage of bike paths and walking trails throughout Indiana, bicycle accidents, serious injuries to pedestrians, accidents involving children, and crosswalk accidents occur with alarming frequency.” –Attorney William “Bill” Hurst

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William W. Hurst

Bill Hurst has successfully represented hundreds of accident victims, and has limited his practice to personal injury cases for over thirty-five (35) years.


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