Pedestrians v. Insurance Companies
The way that the case is typically defended is that the insurance company lawyer will suggest or argue that an injured pedestrian should have been more alert, or should have looked or not assumed that although they were in a crosswalk that they were in a zone of safety. They may argue that the pedestrian was still required to anticipate what the motorist is going to do. There are also many accidents that occur when there are children in parking lots. Because they are small and harder to see, if the person drives into the parking lot as they would on the open road, that’s a recipe for a disaster.
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