True or False: Do Massachusetts pedestrians ALWAYS have the right of way?
Dartmouth, Massachusetts personal injury attorney, Andrew Garcia, debunks a common misconception about pedestrian rights in the roadways.
The Rules of the Road for Pedestrians
When there is a crosswalk controlling an intersection, pedestrians who are within the
Auditi Guha (@AuditiG_SCT) of SouthCoastToday.com “tweeted” and reported that two women were injured after a car hit a pedestrian and crashed into a tree on Russells Mills Road outside Dartmouth High School on Tuesday evening. According to Guha, police confirmed that the driver of a black Toyota struck an older woman who was walking along Russells Mills Road. The driver then crashed into a tree on the side of the road while traveling towards Bakerville Road. Both women were taken to the hospital.
The 3 Most Important Insurance Coverages In a Massachusetts Car Accident
Rotator Cuff Tears and Other Shoulder Injuries Are Common in Car Accidents