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If a Car Hits a Pedestrian Who is at Fault?

Pedestrian accident settlements can be complicated affairs, especially when it is not entirely clear who is at fault for the accident. Was the pedestrian jaywalking? Was the driver or the pedestrian intoxicated? Were any of the parties involved distracted at the time of the accident? Perhaps they were texting or interacting with their phone, or the driver of the car was dealing with one of the many common causes of distracted driving.

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Do Pedestrians Have the Right of Way When Jaywalking?

Whenever there’s a traffic accident between a pedestrian and a vehicle, the pedestrian will almost always be the one that is most at risk of serious injury or death. Because of this, it’s common to assume that the driver of the vehicle is always at fault for the accident, but this isn’t always the case - especially if the pedestrian was jaywalking or violating some other traffic rule.

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Dangerous Places in Los Angeles For Drivers and Pedestrians

According to an analysis conducted by the Los Angeles Times, the busiest areas of the metro area are also the most dangerous places in Los Angeles for drivers and pedestrians. Driver and Pedestrian-involved accidents occur in less than 1% of the intersections of the city, and these dangerous crossings, in which a large number of accidents occur, are in the busiest areas of Los Angeles.

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