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There is no telling when a pedestrian car accident could happen. The incident is likely to cause severe injury or death. The driver may crash because of a distraction or reckless driving. Other times, the pedestrian runs out in front or enters the car’s blind spot. In any case, it is important to use a qualified lawyer.
As a driver, handle yourself properly after colliding with a pedestrian. This person is known as someone who walks, rides a bike or occupies any area along the roadside. Remain calm and take the proper steps to minimize the severe effects. Many drivers end up in court because they do not follow the simple rules of liability. You must tend to the injured person first. Retrieve a detailed police report that is extremely useful for the investigating lawyer. Then, contact the right legal and insurance professionals right away. Provide honest responses, and remain in close contact with people. Once you find a lawyer, have this professional do all of the talking and negotiating for you.
It is the driver’s and pedestrian’s responsibility to ensure the safety of the road. The pedestrian has to look both ways and ensure that the crosswalk is clear. The driver has to watch out in the front and slow down when driving around crowded areas. In some cases, both parties are equally negligent. During rush hours, people may drive too fast or drive in excessively crowded areas. Walkers are less likely to pay attention to where they walk.
When it is difficult to tell who is at fault, hire a lawyer for assistance. The negligence situation is handled differently in different U.S. states. The pure contributory negligence rule is applied to any pedestrian who is found at fault and cannot receive damages. Under the comparative fault rule, the pedestrian can receive some compensation regardless of who is at fault. Most pedestrians have the right of way, but that is not always true.
There are different state laws that control the outcomes of pedestrian accidents. Many rules apply to at-fault drivers, injured pedestrians and everyone else in between. You will never know how to weed through the rules without the help of a legal professional. An attorney knows how to negotiate with the insurance provider, doctor, judge and other lawyers. Whether you are at fault or not, protect your good interests. Find the right Norwalk pedestrian accident lawyers to work with right away.
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