"If you don't know where you are going, any road can take you there."
Motor vehicle versus pedestrian cases often come down to speed, right-of-way, and avoidability (i.e. driver perception-response). Good speed estimates can be made when the pedestrian throw distance is known or can be reasonably estimated. Sightline issues can be assessed at the crash scene. And, as a former police traffic enforcement offcer, Heath can easily testify as to what speeds would be reasonable and who had the right-of-way.