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Can I be found to have been partially at fault for my injuries caused by a Wisconsin pedestrian accident?

Frequently Asked Question Video for Wisconsin Personal Injury

In Wisconsin we have a concept called comparative negligence, which means the negligence of the parties involved in an accident is compared to each other. That holds true for a pedestrian accident case. You can recover as long as your negligence is less than the negligence of the driver who hit you.

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