Who has the right of way in this scenario in Michigan?
Most state laws will instruct drivers to "proceed if clear," which is language giving a pedestrian in a crosswalk the right of way. Car vs pedestrian is almost surely going to be the driver's fault.
In Michigan, pedestrians always have the right of way. When the pedestrians have the walk signal, that means that oncoming traffic has the red light. In this situation, it is the driver who needs to see if there are any pedestrians crossing before they make their turn towards the pedestrian, therefor, the driver is at fault.
The pedestrian does. Having the right of way does not guarantee a successful crossing.
The pedestrian has the right of way.
The Cemetary is full of people who had the right of way. In this case, vehicles are not allowed to run into pedestrians regardless of who has the 'right of way.'