Legal Advice for Pedestrian Accident — 89 results
Written by attorney Leonard Matsuk, about 3 years ago.
One of a parents worst fears is
their child getting hit by a car. This fear has grown so great that there are
far fewer children riding bicycles today then there were in the seventies and... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Sexner, about 1 year ago.
Train travel is an indispensable method of transportation in America. In addition to helping our country grow in its early days, trains remain an important method of transporting products... more
Written by attorney R. Gibson, over 4 years ago.
Personal injury law as practiced by lawyers in California consists primarily of auto accidents, car accident insurance disputes, motorcycle cases, truck settlements, pedestrian injury... more
Written by attorney David Aronberg, 10 months ago.
It’s practically human nature to leer at car crashes that we see on the side of the road as we drive by. That said, we are far more prone to gawk at flipped-over cars that have crinkled... more
Written by attorney James Minick, about 1 year ago.
Do you have injuries from a car accident? You will need to file a claim or lawsuit against the insurance company of the at-fault driver in order to recover money for your injuries. A... more
Written by attorney R. Bomberger, over 3 years ago.
any form of protection, such as seatbelts, airbags or the buffer of a steel
cage, pedestrians can sustain multiple catastrophic injuries in a collision with
a motor vehicle,... more
Written by attorney Steven Sweat, almost 4 years ago.
Along with the excitement at the start of the school year comes an increased risk of traffic-related injuries to our youth. Young pedestrians and bicycle riders are sharing roads with... more
Written by attorney Christopher Davis, over 4 years ago.
Pedestrians account for about 30% of all traffic fatalities involving children under the age of 15 years. NHTSA estimates that more than one-fifth (22%) of children between the ages of 5... more
Written by attorney Marc Lazarus, over 1 year ago.
Insurance policies do not cover intentional acts; however, while it is possible to have coverage for what initially appears to be an intentional act but turns out to be an negligent act,... more
Written by attorney Hunt Bonneau, 7 months ago.
Who is liable in bicycle and car accidents Texas, along with all states, has "side-of-the-road" rules when it comes to bicycling. These rules require that a cyclist ride on the far right... more
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