I was the driver in an auto/pedestrian accident where the pedestrian ran out into the intersection at night against a "Don't walk" signal and sustained serious injuries. A witness corroborated my statement that my light was green, I was not speeding & the pedestrian ran out in front of my car. At the time of the accident my cell phone was in use on speaker phone. I was not distracted; I was not actually talking/handling the phone at the time. The police report states I did not use a cell phone, though I was never asked. I did not report this & was never asked by the claims adjuster. I was found to be at no fault, but I believe the pedestrian is going to sue me. I am concerned that I'll be found to be at fault though I was not distracted. What should I do next?
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