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Pedestrian Crosswalk Laws in Texas

Posted on September 10, 2022 Pedestrian Accidents
Pedestrians are the road’s most vulnerable users. They are at risk of catastrophic to fatal injuries in traffic accidents. It is a driver’s responsibility to reasonably prevent pedestrian accidents by knowing and obeying all relevant traffic laws, including crosswalk laws. Following Texas’ crosswalk laws as a pedestrian can also help you avoid a serious...
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Who Is Liable for Pedestrian Accidents?

Posted on April 18, 2022 Pedestrian Accidents
Pedestrian accidents are one of the most disastrous types of collisions. When a vehicle strikes a pedestrian, the victim can suffer life-changing injuries. If you get hurt or a loved one is killed in a pedestrian accident in Texas, determining liability can help you move forward. Holding one or more parties liable, or financially...
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Importance of Hiring a Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

Posted on April 14, 2022 Pedestrian Accidents
If you get injured in a pedestrian accident, you may wish the claims process to be over as quickly as possible so that you can put the whole thing behind you. While hiring an attorney may seem daunting, it is the best way to resolve your case. You can trust a lawyer to serve...
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How Much Money Can You Get From Getting Hit by a Car as a Pedestrian?

Posted on April 12, 2022 Pedestrian Accidents
Getting hit by a car can cause devastating injuries, such as a major concussion or permanent paralysis. In Texas, pedestrians usually have the right-of-way. This makes it the responsibility of a driver to watch for pedestrians and prevent accidents. After this type of crash, you may have the right to seek financial compensation from...
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Dallas Pedestrian Accidents – Seniors face Higher Risk of Injury or Death

Posted on November 18, 2021 Car Accidents
Dallas Pedestrian Injury Attorney Statistics are clear - senior citizens face a higher risk as pedestrians than other age groups. Approximately 25% of all pedestrian injuries and fatalities in the United States involve senior citizens.  Going back as far as 1975, No change has been seen in regards to senior citizens fatalities in pedestrian...
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