In an unmarked crosswalk, does the driver or pedestrian have the right of way? Many of you might guess it’s the driver, but that’s not necessarily the case. It’s actually a little confusing.
Arizona statute 28-793 says, “A pedestrian crossing a roadway at any point other than within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection shall yield the right-of-way to all vehicles on the roadway.”
There are certain injury cases that may seem extremely difficult. The outcome of an accident claim is particularly relevant to the future health and wellbeing of the victim. When a catastrophic injury comes about through a negligent act, such as a spinal cord injury, serious burns, disfiguring injuries, traumatic brain injury, or another type of devastating injury, the individual’s life is permanently altered.
Admit it! You’ve done it at least a few times… texting while driving. But you may not be able to do it much longer. It could soon be against the law in Arizona. A bill is working its way through the state legislature that would ban the practice.
Many people assume that their coworkers are non-threatening and safe people to be around, but this is not always true. Some individuals may have a tendency to violence when irritated or angry, and instances of workplace violence are not as rare as you may think.