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Pedestrian Accident Crosswalk Requirement and Exceptions

I Hit a Pedestrian Driving, Now What Do I Do? Published in Car Accidents,Pedestrian Accident Crosswalk Requirement and Exceptions on September 15, 2016.

The state of Georgia is primarily a motorist state. Very few areas see high rates of foot traffic on a daily basis. However, pedestrians can legally walk along most roadways and some choose to do so. If you are involved in a pedestrian-related car accident, knowing what to do in the aftermath can help protect your legal rights. Pedestrian Laws… READ MORE

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