Most of the time when a pedestrian vs. motor vehicle accident occurs, the driver is found to be at fault. However, sometimes the pedestrian is the one who caused the accident. Our world is filled with distractions to which we can all fall prey, even those who choose to walk instead of drive. Let's look at a couple of scenarios in which a pedestrian may have caused a motor vehicle accident.
You might think that your car accident injuries were the fault of the semitruck driver who blew through a red light and t-boned the compact car you were driving. Indeed, it probably was his fault, but another liable party was probably involved in this crash: the employer of the semitruck driver.
Motor vehicle accidents are an unpleasant fact here in Ohio. We all know they can happen at any time and place. While most of us picture an accident involving two vehicles, we should never forget that these accidents often involve pedestrians and cyclists as well.
Trucking accidents result in catastrophic consequences for victims while creating complex legal challenges for a personal injury attorney. In-depth investigations with the help of experts are vital to determine the party or parties responsible for the tragic collision.
The New Year often brings change for many people, but it is also bring change to some Ohio traffic laws. The changes being made to some traffic laws are just a fraction of over 50 new laws that have gone into effect with the New Year, but the updated traffic laws should make the road a safer place for everyone on the road.