Bianchi v. – Personal Injury: Pedestrian Accident
Driving is not entirely a skill, but an art.
An important delineation between the two is how a skill can be mastered and leave little room for error, whereas art is entirely subjective and predicated upon how the viewer feels and responds towards a particular piece.
With art, if one uses the wrong tools or the right tools at the wrong times, they may ruin their portrait. Similarly, a driver’s tools may be compromised if used in a way that it was not intended for.
In this particular case, a driver was unable to see a pedestrian while driving through the parking lot; this was influenced by the glare that was being emitted from another vehicle’s windshield. The driver, while unable to see from the glare, veered left, and ran over our client’s foot, causing them serious injuries.