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New Jersey Crosswalk Laws & Liability for a Pedestrian Accident

Liability for a pedestrian accident in New Jersey first depends on who was following the state’s crosswalk laws. Failure to follow the laws while on foot or yield the right-of-way to pedestrians while you drive can have serious consequences.

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Many nuances of New Jersey traffic and pedestrian laws can factor into a pedestrian injury claim. If you suffered an injury while walking, contact a New Jersey pedestrian accident attorney for legal help with collecting injury compensation.

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