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This depends on the relationship between the parties involved, and the context of the situation. In general, a person owes a duty of care to anyone who he knows, or should know, will be affected by her actions. In the context of an automobile accident, as the driver of a vehicle, you can reasonably expect that your actions might affect other drivers around you, passengers in those vehicles, pedestrians, and possibly even people on surrounding properties. For example, if you are distracted and your car leaves the road, you can reasonably assume that the car might hit someone outside in their yard or on a sidewalk.
You or a loved one may have been injured as a passenger or driver in a car accident. You may have been the driver of a vehicle that caused an accident. You may have been injured as a pedestrian, cyclist, or highway worker. The personal injury lawyers at Springs Law Group will meet with you in a free consultation to help determine your rights.