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San Diego drivers get an unusual pedestrian safety reminder

It is important for drivers to remember how vulnerable pedestrians are out on the roads and to properly factor this in when driving in areas where pedestrians are around. Recently, electronic signs out on roads here in the San Diego area showed a somewhat out-of-the ordinary message aimed at reminding drivers of this.

The message popped up in various commuter-heavy places in the San Diego area towards the front end of this month. The message was “Be Alert Pedestrians Don’t Have Armor.” The appearance of this message throughout the city was brought about by a safety campaign by state agencies.

One hopes San Diego drivers will take to heart the point this out-of-the-ordinary road sign message was aimed at conveying. When drivers don’t give proper regard to pedestrian safety when out-and-about, it can lead to accidents that leave pedestrians with life-changing injuries.

When facing the many implications of their injuries, dealing with legal matters can seem like an incredibly daunting process for a pedestrian who was the victim of traffic accident. They may worry that they will make an oversight or a mistake that will endanger their chances of getting fair compensation. An important thing for pedestrian accident victims to know is that they can enlist help when it comes to the legal matters coming out of their situation. Skilled personal injury attorneys can help such individuals with the wide range issues that can come up in relation to compensation matters. They can provide guidance throughout the process of seeking just compensation for injuries.

Source: NBC 7 San Diego, "‘Pedestrians Don't Have Armor’ Signs Around San Diego,” Todd Strain, March 6, 2017

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