When children are involved in pedestrian accidents involving vehicles, there is a bit of a different twist. If the injured child is very young – five or six years old – they are incapable of negligence under North Carolina law. Drivers are also expected to stay attentive to pedestrians in residential areas or neighborhoods – especially where children are present. In this video, North Carolina car accident attorney Gene Riddle of Riddle & Brantley explains liability and pedestrian accidents involving children. For more information on how our attorneys can help with your personal injury case, call 800-525-7111.
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