Many times when dealing with a pedestrian case there could be a situation where the pedestrian may have been drinking, may have been wearing dark clothing, or maybe crossing the road at a place where there isn't an intersection with a crosswalk or light. All of these instances are going to involve some allegation of comparative fault. However, these types of cases can be successfully settled depending on the facts. As an experienced pedestrian attorney, Jim Dodson looks at all the things the driver did or failed to do that led up to the accident. Even though the pedestrian was partly at fault, did the driver have an opportunity to do something to avoid them?