Everyone is a pedestrian as we walk on the road at some point for our specific needs. Unfortunately, there are a lot of accidents and deaths involving pedestrians. According to the US Department of Transportation, 6,516 pedestrians died, and about 55,000 people sustained severe injuries nationwide. Most accident cases occur in cities, on roads far from intersections, and at night. Drivers who hit pedestrians may face civil and criminal consequences. Penalties may include fines, probation, restitution, license suspension, or imprisonment, depending on the specific circumstances. If you struck someone with your car or became a victim of any such
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