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Who is at fault in a pedestrian collision?

Pedestrian collisions can be complex and require investigations to establish who is at fault for the crash. There are lots of scenarios in which pedestrians could become hurt. To be able to make a personal injury claim, you need to be able to prove that someone else was negligent and caused your injuries. You solicitor will be able to fully investigate your case and advise whether you are likely to be successful with your claim. In some cases, it can be found that the driver of the car and the pedestrian are both responsible. If this happens, then contributory negligence will be applied to any compensation award. If as a pedestrian, you are found to be 20% at fault for your injuries, then your compensation will be reduced by this amount.

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