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Pedestrian accidents generally are not the fault of the person on foot. He or she typically has the right of way. But it's important to keep in mind that both the driver and the pedestrian have a responsibility to be cautious in order to avoid roadside accidents. A pedestrian may be at fault if he or she fails to use a crosswalk and suddenly darts out in front of a car. And a distracted driver, such as someone texting while driving, may be held liable in a tragic pedestrian accident.
If you were injured as a pedestrian, don't let the insurance companies decide what happens to you. A qualified attorney can advocate for you and help protect your rights. At Flager & Yockey, P.C., we can help you sort through the details of your pedestrian accident and determine who was negligent. Allow us to stand up for you and defend your rights.
A few examples of pedestrian responsibilities include the following:
A few examples of some driver responsibilities include the following:
When the pedestrians are children, the motorist carries a greater responsibility. Children are typically not as predictable as adults. It's important for drivers to be more cautious around children.
Whether you are the driver or the pedestrian injured in the accident, you may be eligible for compensation. When we take cases, our personal injury lawyers investigate all the facts and assess a fair and just reward for our clients' suffering.
At Flager & Yockey, P.C., an experienced pedestrian accident attorney will assist you or your loved one with your case. Contact our firm if you've been injured in a pedestrian accident. Remember, you don't pay us unless you win.
Call (215) 953-5200 for your free personal injury consultation today.
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