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Do Pedestrians Always Have the Right of Way?
Do Pedestrians Always Have the Right of Way?

Most of us are ingrained with the idea that drivers should always yield to pedestrians. Whether the pedestrian is jaywalking or steps off the curb in the middle of a turn, we instinctively know that the driver should do whatever it takes to avoid a terrible accident. ...

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  • Do Pedestrians Always Have the Right of Way?

    Most of us are ingrained with the idea that drivers should always yield to pedestrians. Whether the pedestrian is jaywalking or steps off the curb in ...

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  • What to Do When You’re Hit By a Car?

    Each year, an estimated 145,000 Americans are hit by cars while walking or cycling. Getting hit by a car is frighteningly common, especially in large ...

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    Most Californians have seen lane-splitting at some point. You’re stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic, and a motorcyclist zooms past you, utterly ...

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    Delfino Green & Green is pleased to announce that after nearly three years of intense and dedicated litigation, our law firm was able to secure at ...

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    There are hundreds of car crashes per day in California. While there are many reasons for these incidents, one cause stands above all the rest. While ...

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    You may or may not know that UPS drivers and many other commercial drivers don’t make left turns. Some claim they do this to save gas and increase ...

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