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Fatal Pedestrian Accident Attorney
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, it found that 4,280 pedestrians were killed in a traffic accident in the United States in 2010. This means that a pedestrian is likely to die in a traffic collision every two hours. When analyzing and exploring the cause of a pedestrian accident it important to understand how common these incidents occur. Typically, old people age 65 and older are more likely to be involved in a deadly pedestrian accident. Pedestrian accidents involving the elderly were 19% of all fatal pedestrian collisions for 2010. Children are also common victims of these horrific accidents. 1 out of 5 children who were involved in a pedestrian accident died.
Common Causes of a Fatal Pedestrian Accident
- Being hit at a crosswalks or in parking lots
- While jogging and bicycling
- Children struck while walking to school, and
- Children playing in their neighborhood
Alcohol Contributing to Fatal Pedestrian Accidents
Different Types of Fatal Pedestrian Accidents
Distractions Lead to Fatal Pedestrian Accidents
- Pedestrians being hit in a parking lot
- Pedestrians hit while at a crosswalk
- People walk or jogging on the side of the road
- Vehicles backing up unaware of people behind the vehicle
- Cars hitting pedestrians while turning
- Pedestrians hit while jay-walking
Lawyer for Fatal Pedestrian Accidents
Children Pedestrian Accident- Reports and Research - Galveston County / League City
Type of Problem Being Addressed - Pedestrian Accident
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National Pedestrian Crash Report
NHTSA - Pedestrian
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Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities By State
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