Many motorists in the US are involved in motor vehicle accidents every year. While most are vehicle to vehicle accidents, the number of those involved in car-pedestrian accidents is troubling. Driving is a huge responsibility that should be done carefully to avoid causing injury or death to pedestrians. If you hit someone, the consequences can […]Learn More
In cases of pedestrian accidents, it is very rare that the pedestrian does not sustain the most significant injuries. Drivers who are involved in pedestrian accidents rarely sustain any injuries, and if they do, their injuries are minor. However, this does not mean that drivers are always at fault for pedestrian accidents. Yes, this is often […]Learn More
While Michigan’s new auto insurance law, which will officially be enacted on July 1, impacts all drivers when it comes to insurance policies, pedestrians will be affected, too. Under Michigan’s no-fault statute, pedestrians who are injured in car accidents can collect benefits including medical expenses, lost wages for up to three years, replacement service expenses […]Learn More
In any car accident involving a pedestrian, the pedestrian is the most likely to suffer serious, if not deadly, consequences. Pedestrians lack the physical barriers and protective devices that drivers and passengers have, which makes them especially prone to major injuries in a crash. Depending on the nature of the crash, a pedestrian struck by […]Learn More
Across the nation, people are preparing colorful costumes and decorating their homes for the spookiest holiday of the year. Unfortunately, the scariest elements of this holiday season have nothing to do with the innocent thrills and frights of Halloween. According to Michigan Traffic Crash Facts, the month of October has seen the highest number of pedestrian-involved […]Learn More
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), approximately 5,000 individuals die in traffic-related pedestrian accidents each year, several of which are caused by car crashes. In 2015, however, the number of pedestrian deaths jumped to 5,376, and 129,000 pedestrians visited emergency rooms for medical attention. Despite the fact that the total number of traffic fatalities has […]Learn More
Everyone knows how hectic school zones can be. You’ve got parents in a rush to drop off their children and then head to work. Then you’ve got the kids that live close enough to walk, running across the street to get into school on time. The commotion can be stressful on a driver, but it’s […]Learn More
When you hear the term “traffic fatality,” most people think of a major car accident which resulted in a driver or passenger being killed from the impact, not necessarily a pedestrian. But over the last five years, pedestrians have seen the sharpest rise in fatalities of any group, increasing by double-digit margins. According to an […]Learn More
According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, pedestrian fatalities have increased by almost 10% in just the past year. Research shows that this is the largest year-to-year increase since 1975. In addition, sources state the following four states have accounted for roughly half of these pedestrian fatalities: California Texas Florida New York Of course, these states are home […]Learn More
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