Auto accident cases hinge on determining who or what was responsible for an accident. Typically, the answer is a negligent driver, rough roadway conditions, or factors outside of your control. Accidents involving company or work vehicles, however, raise many questions regarding fault, responsibility, liability, insurance, and workers’ compensation. When you are involved in a car accident in a… Read More »
If you have injured yourself in a truck accident, regardless of whether you are the driver of the truck, driver of another vehicle, a pedestrian or a bicyclist, there are high chances of your being entitled to get a compensation. You can bring a legal claim against the other involved parties even if you are partly involved.
During the 2015 legislative session, Governor Jerry Brown signed several new traffic-related laws, covering everything from hit-and-runs to earbuds, which went into effect as soon as the ball dropped for 2016. Since these laws affect virtually everyone on the road – from motorists to skateboarders – it is important that you familiarize yourself with them. Here are the… Read More »
Automobile safety mechanisms are getting more advanced by the day. However ,the same cannot be said about driving skills. Most accidents occur due to lack of control or rash driving. Car collisions can have minor or deadly consequences. In either case the victim stands to receive due compensation from the perpetrator. The at-fault driver stands to pay for… Read More »
A truck accident is a frightening catastrophe that is incomparable to any other vehicular accidents. The impacts are massive and not just physical, but emotional and financial as well. Securing evidence is an important part of building a case and accomplishing it within the first twenty-four hours is crucial. Evidence is necessary to back your claim. It is… Read More »
When the head of a federal agency recently pledged to double down on the problem of Triple D on the highway, he wasn’t referring to Guy Fieri’s road trips in search of diners, drive-ins and dives. Dr. Mark Rosekind, head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) was talking about the three D’s of preventable accidents: Drunk driving, Distracted driving, and Drowsy driving.
Determining fault in an auto accident can be a little bit like playing “cops and robbers” as a kid – you start wondering “who got who first.” But even though this can, at times, seem like a childish game, it’s important to remember just how crucial the question of fault is in an auto accident – after all,… Read More »
It’s certainly no way to start the day. Many of us will use our cars every single day, using them to help us run errands, commute, visit loved ones, and generally get us from A to B without much thought. But when you get in a car accident, the privilege of driving we all take for granted suddenly… Read More »
Getting in a car accident can be a scary thing. Heck, it can be downright shell-shocking, an experience you never forget. One minute you’re going along with your day the same as you would any old day and another minute, you’re wondering what’s happened. This all-too-common experience is part of the risk we take when we use the… Read More »