Wrongful death cases rely on the idea that someone's negligence -- a failure to uphold an obligation to take reasonable precautions against a specific danger -- led to someone else's death.
Transportation trends continue to change as Americans become increasingly concerned about their own health and the health of the environment. Our roads, long considered solely the territory of cars, are transporting a larger number of bicyclists and pedestrians. And kids aren't the only ones traveling this way. Adult bike ridership continues to climb as a form of exercise and as a way to commute to and from work.