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Do you live in the state of Tennessee? If so, you should always remember this: pedestrians have the right of way when crossing the road in a marked crosswalk.

This is something to keep in mind regardless of whether you are a pedestrian or driver. Either way, the more you know about the law the greater chance you have of avoiding a serious accident.

Unfortunately, there are times when drivers make mistakes when pedestrians are in close proximity. If this happens, the end result can be a car-pedestrian accident.

There are many reasons why motorist-pedestrian accidents occur. For example, this often happens when a driver makes a right hand turn without first looking for any pedestrians who may be crossing the street.

When a vehicle collides with a pedestrian, it’s typically the person on foot who is injured. With no protection between them, the vehicle, and the pavement, it’s possible for serious injury or death to occur.

If you find yourself involved in this type of accident, don’t attempt to move from the scene. Instead, make sure you or somebody in the area calls an ambulance without delay. It’s imperative to receive immediate medical attention, as this can be the difference between life and death.

If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident, if a loved one has been killed, you should learn more about your legal rights.

At our law firm, we have helped many people in this position receive compensation. There’s a lot that goes into filing a lawsuit, but that shouldn’t stop you from moving forward.

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