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Whose Fault is a Car Crash with a Distracted Walker?

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If you were hit, while crossing the street, by a car and suffered injuries, you may have a case, even if you were using your cell phone at the time that you were struck. The driver has specific responsibilities to make sure that he or she does not hit a pedestrian. The driver may have been using his or her cell phone, distracted in another way, not paying attention, or speeding.

There are a variety of factors that may have caused the accident. Just because you were using your cell phone or otherwise distracted does not mean that you were at fault. We fight for our clients to receive the compensation they deserve. In cases such as this, that means fighting to demonstrate that the at-fault party (often the driver of a motor vehicle in a pedestrian/motor vehicle accident) is deemed at-fault so that you, the pedestrian, can receive proper compensation for your pain and suffering.

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Who Should I Sue for a Water Park Injury?

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No matter how much maintenance work and safety inspections water park owners do, the simple fact is that water parks can be dangerous. Water slides, wave pools, wet grounds, children running around, and alcohol all make water parks particularly prone to accidents. When people are injured, if it was the result of the water park's negligence, the injured person may be able to recover money for medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering.

If you, your spouse, or your child was injured in a water park accident, contact us for guidance on how to go about filing a personal injury claim against the responsible party.