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Fourth in the series of driver education, this video emphasises the fact that at red lights there is no FREE Left turn. This short video hopefully will educate and irradicate such mis-conceptions from the minds of the Indian driver's. This is vital as the idea of a free left turn puts pedestrian lives at risk.
9 May 2007
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Watch this crazy video of a 747 jet landing within inches of cars and pedestrians on the road... For a LOT more funny ass videos, jokes, and stories, go to www.ontigo**** now. Ontigio is updated multiple times a day, so we guarantee you will find something funny. If you like the video, help me out by going to www.ontigio**** and give a digg or stumble on our videos. Or just leave a comment! --Sent via *******heyspread****
28 Jul 2007
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In this prank pedestrians are in for a surprise when they go check out something.
14 Jun 2008
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Typical workday pedestrian traffic in rural America.
17 Jun 2008
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This accident happened a few years ago at an intersection. Keep your eye on the pedestrian. I read somewhere that the pedestrian did survive, but after viewing this I'm not so sure. Regular viewers have seen this one before. It's worth reposting as a good reminder for people to not only be defensive while driving, but be defensive as a pedestrian. Every day we all see people who are not aware and alert to their surroundings when crossing the street. I understand that this pedestrian didn't have much of a chance, and did run to avoid being hit. My point is that as pedestrians, we need to make an effort to be even MORE aware and alert to our surroundings. Also, check out "Wrong Place, Wrong Time" part 2 and 3 on my channel.
5 Jul 2008
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Pedestrian Red Carpet - Caroline Rhea hits the red carpet at the DMV. Learn about all the hottest trends, fads, and fashions at â?¦ well, the DMV. Cruise with an expecting Caroline for the most average Hollywood styles.
10 Feb 2009
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lucky a pedestrian was waiting to catch me if i fell off.
6 Jun 2009
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Mark Gorton, publisher of Streetsblog, wants to put drivers on notice of their rudeness. While he acknowledges the majority of drivers are not bad or mean people, their actions speak otherwise and they may not even realize it. After all, one rude driver sitting in a crosswalk can inconvenience or endanger dozens of pedestrians in one light cycle. Yet would that same person take a shopping cart in a supermarket and purposely block an aisle and make people navigate around him or her? The betting line says likely not.
6 Nov 2009
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Back in October as part of the Walk21 conference, I was very lucky to be able to accompany a small group of international pedestrian experts on an exclusive walking tour of the High Bridge, which has been closed to the public for nearly 40 years. Since Streetfilms is all about sharing, we interviewed a few folks-in-the-know and have posted the breathtaking experience of what it was like being up there. Not soon after starting as a volunteer for Transportation Alternatives back in the 1990s I can recall reading of a push to open the High Bridge during a postcard campaign directed at then Parks Commissioner Henry Stern in 1998. In the years since, there have been many community groups, non-profits, and public agencies which have gotten involved in raising public awareness and advocating for its re-opening. City Parks Foundation, The High Bridge Coalition, and C.L.I.M.B. just to name a few. Although over the years there have been many announced target opening dates and talk of getting the capital funds needed, of recent there is much momentum. Very early in 2010, community input and design will finally begin. Then we can hope it will not be long until we can all walk and bike across this magnificent structure.
24 Nov 2009
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There's been an almost epidemic of people getting hit by cars here in Toronto this January, why? The unanimous answer today was, "look up, be more aware, more responsibility from the side of the pedestrian". Thanks for watching, TTYS.
30 Jan 2010
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*******www.postproperties**** Post Vineyard 3310 Cole Avenue Dallas, TX 75204 (214) 965-6800 Located in a thriving and historic pedestrian-friendly neighborhood that features fine dining, entertainment and shopping, residents enjoy courtyard WiFi, charming fountains, brick sidewalks and much more. Post Vineyard is only minutes from The Dallas Arts District, the West End and Deep Ellum areas and the central business district.
16 Mar 2010
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Volvo V60 pedestrian safety demonstration (video two of three) Verona Italy, 24 September 2010. A radar reflector at the foot of the inflatable dummy was dislodged and the Volvo's pedestrian system couldn't detect it. In this test, the system applied too little braking pressure too late.
28 Sep 2010
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San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin explain why you should not give a recorded statement to insurance companies in your personal injury case. Do Not Give Your Statement to The Insurance CompanyI tell people do not to give statements about the accident or your injuries to insurance companies (other than your own carrier, and even sometimes not in that situation. I have an absolute rule in my office that my clients will give no recorded statements. These recorded statements are often traps orchestrated by the insurance company to get the client to commit to a particular version of the facts or her injuries very early in the case. Often, insurance adjusters will convince people that these statements are required for the investigation of the case, but they are not. Also, these recorded statements are usually premature and rushed. Further, these recorded statements are typically given under stressful circumstances. You are suffering from an injury, stressed out about work, your life, your family, getting your vehicle fixed, making your medical appointments. Further, you do not know the extent of your injuries because you are in the very early stages of your medical treatment -- maybe you haven't even started treating yet. Insurance adjusters love this. If you haven't started treating they will somehow get you to say that you weren't injured or don't need treatment. Don't let this happen. If you must, give an unrecorded statement. At least this way the insurance company will not have a verbatim written record of a prior statement that you will be held to. They will only have their handwritten notes, not your actual words. This is much weaker than a recorded statement should it be presented at trial. Don't give any statements before you consult with an experienced personal injury attorney, and most certainly do not give any recorded statements. If you have any questions about a particular personal injury case, please submit your case for review by San Francisco personal injury lawyer Sally Morin, A San Francisco personal injury attorney with 15 years of experience. If you found the information in this video helpful, please add a comment below and/or share the video on Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus! Thanks again for tuning in! Note that this information may be applicable to any personal injury case including: bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, auto accidents or pedestrian accidents. This video is not intended to be a source of legal advice for any purpose. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. The information in this video does not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of your case.
15 Nov 2012
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San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin talks about how you can get your medical expenses covered when you're involved in a personal injury accident. Now, there's a few ways that you can get your medical expenses paid. Number one is having health insurance. Number two is using something called Med-Pay insurance. Number three would be paying cash out of your pocket. Number four is getting a lien with the medical provider. The first one is your medical insurance. Hopefully, you're carrying health insurance and that insurance is something that’s going to cover medical expenses that you incur whether it's your fault, someone else’s fault, regardless. If you're in a personal injury accident it's very handy to have health insurance. The second one is called Med-Pay insurance. That’s on your auto policy or the policy of the driver if you're a passenger. Med-Pay insurance will cover all related medical expenses up front. San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin talks more about this in another video. The third type of payment is that you can do while in a personal injury case is a cash payment or you pay yourself with a credit card or something. That’s obviously the least desirable. Since someone else caused these injuries, why do you have to pay for it? If bills get sent to a collection agency or something, I usually have a client make small monthly payments, work out a payment plan until we can settle the case and get money from the third party. Fourth option is to work out a lien agreement with your medical provider. What that means is that they will agree to wait until the lawsuit or settlement is over until they receive payment. Sometimes your lawyer can help negotiate a lien with your medical provider. If you have any questions about a particular personal injury case, please submit your case for review by San Francisco personal injury lawyer Sally Morin, A San Francisco personal injury attorney with 15 years of experience. If you found the information in this video helpful, please add a comment below and/or share the video on Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus! Thanks again for tuning in! Note that this information may be applicable to any personal injury case including: bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, auto accidents or pedestrian accidents. This video is not intended to be a source of legal advice for any purpose. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. The information in this video does not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of your case.
7 Dec 2012
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San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin talks about the ways that you can cover your medical expenses in a personal injury case. San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin also talks about the four main types of payments. You’ve got health insurance, medical payments coverage, cash payments and liens with your providers. San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin already had a video elaborating the health insurance portion. Now San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin is going to talk about number two, med pay coverage on your auto policy. This is awesome coverage. If you don’t already have med pay coverage, San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin urges you to contact your insurance salesperson and add that coverage. It’s not very expensive, but it’s great coverage. Med pay coverage will cover any medical or out of pocket medical expenses related to your accident and what this means is you get paid upfront for the treatment. You don’t have to wait until the end of the settlement or the lawsuit and get the money from the third party. You can recover it upfront. Med pay also covers things that your traditional health insurance isn’t going to cover like massages, acupuncture, chiropractic, other great healing modalities. It will also cover your out of pocket prescription costs and co-pays and things like that. Make sure you’ve got med pay and if you don’t, call your insurance agent and sign up. If you have any questions about a particular personal injury case, please submit your case for review by San Francisco personal injury lawyer Sally Morin, A San Francisco personal injury attorney with 15 years of experience. If you found the information in this video helpful, please add a comment below and/or share the video on Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus! Thanks again for tuning in! Note that this information may be applicable to any personal injury case including: bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, auto accidents or pedestrian accidents. This video is not intended to be a source of legal advice for any purpose. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. The information in this video does not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of your case.
20 Dec 2012
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San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin concludes the video series about the ways that you can cover your medical expenses when you are involved in a personal injury case. The four main categories San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin talks about were health insurance coverage, med-pay auto insurance coverage, cash payments, and now San Francisco Personal Injury Attorney Sally Morin going to elaborate on the fourth category, liens. What a lien is, is it’s an agreement between you and the medical provider that you will pay the medical provider for the services at the conclusion of your case. It is similar to a contingency fee that you will pay your lawyer at the end of your personal injury case. The medical provider, sort of, taken a risk because you’re waiting until the end of your case. Typically you’re going to sign something with them that obligates you to pay them regardless of what you recover from the third party. There is a risk here because if you don’t win your case you still have to pay for your medical expenses. But is also a great in that you don’t have to come out of your pocket to pay the medical provider and they are willing to wait to get paid until the case is resolved. Sometimes this is something that the lawyer can work out with the provider and that way you don’t have to come out of your pocket. If you have any questions about a particular personal injury case, please submit your case for review by San Francisco personal injury lawyer Sally Morin, A San Francisco personal injury attorney with 15 years of experience. If you found the information in this video helpful, please add a comment below and/or share the video on Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus! Thanks again for tuning in! Note that this information may be applicable to any personal injury case including: bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, auto accidents or pedestrian accidents. This video is not intended to be a source of legal advice for any purpose. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. The information in this video does not constitute a guarantee, warranty or prediction regarding the outcome of your case.
17 Jan 2013
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