Parking lots can be very dangerous places for pedestrians and accidents may happen when you least expect them. Those who walk through parking lots often find that a parking lot is not a very pedestrian-friendly place. Drivers often move through parking lots at a higher rate of speed than they should, and distractions are common.
In a typical car accident involving a pedestrian, the law tends to side with the pedestrian since they have less ability to cause damage and are more likely to be hurt. However, when there is a car accident involving a pedestrian that takes place on a freeway or interstate highway, things become a little more
Although many of us are drivers, we are also all pedestrians. We are therefore at some risk of injury from a car whenever we are walking in close proximity to a moving vehicle, and that probably includes all of us at some point every day. This blog will provide a brief introduction to pedestrian accidents,
A pedestrian died last month in West Sacramento after being hit by a truck. It was the city’s first traffic fatality of the year. The accident happened on Tuesday, May 30, around 10:30 p.m. on West Capital Avenue. Events unfolded when two westbound vehicles, a truck and a car, collided. The impact from the collision
Pedestrians and cyclists in Corte Madera may soon have a safer option for getting from the west to the east side of town. One local resident and architectural designer spoke of the inherent problems of having “a freeway interchange running through the middle of [the] community.” A proposed overpass for cyclists and pedestrians linking the