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Southeast Minnesota is a great place to work and live. But despite new and more clearly marked crosswalks, many people still believe that our streets are unsafe for pedestrians
Special driver responsibility rules protect pedestrians in traffic. For example, every driver is required by law to stop at every crosswalk — whether or not the crosswalk is marked — from the moment the pedestrian steps off the sidewalk until the pedestrian crosses the driver’s lane. See Minn. Stat. § 169.21, subd. 2
Pedestrian responsibility is also important. Pedestrian accidents often happen in urban areas during rush hours. To avoid serious injury, pedestrians should always cross at crosswalks — no jaywalking — and always follow traffic signals. For further discussion, see Minnesota Department of Public Safety Crosswalk Safety Tips.
If you or a loved one are injured in a pedestrian accident, you may be entitled to losses including:
* If the pedestrian accident involves a car or truck, the Minnesota No-Fault Law should apply. See: Minnesota No-Fault: How No-Fault Works.
There may be several layers of insurance coverage and several insurers involved in your case including:
- No-Fault insurance
- Liability Insurance and Uninsured Motorist Insurance (UM)
- Underinsured Motorist Insurance (UIM)
If you or a loved one have been injured in a pedestrian accident, you need to concentrate on one thing — getting on with your life. Let our experienced team handle the insurance paperwork including claim forms, reports, authorizations, and requests for recorded statements.
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