A 27-year-old woman was struck and killed by a huge oil delivery truck in Manhattan early Friday, prompting authorities to shut down the intersection as the peak morning commute got underway.
The woman, identified as Sarah Foster, was hit near East 37th Street and Third Avenue, about a block from her home, shortly before 6 a.m. She was pronounced dead at the scene, which was swarmed with emergency and investigative personnel for hours.
When it comes to car accidents, determining which driver is responsible or at fault for the accident is one of the biggest hurdles. Typically, the driver who was negligent and did not use reasonable caution and care while driving is liable for the accident. However, there are situations where a person who was not driving the vehicle at the time of the accident can be held liable for the accident.
Here are some of the scenarios in which the non-driving person can be held liable for an accident:
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