How Much to Expect From a Car Accident Settlement In California
Posted in California,Car Accidents,General,Personal Injury on April 22, 2019
Car accidents can cause devastating injuries and substantial economic losses, and any driver who experiences a car accident will likely have countless questions about the next best steps toward recovery. Every driver should know what to expect after a car accident, and most drivers in this situation are understandably concerned about their recovery options. It… read more
What to Expect Physically After a Car Accident
Posted in Car Accidents,General,Personal Injury on April 19, 2019
Thousands of car accidents occur every day in the U.S., and the drivers involved experience a wide range of injuries and economic damages depending on the location, severity, and causes of their accidents. Every driver should know what to expect when it comes to aches, pains, and injuries after a car accident. Injured drivers who… read more
How to Settle a Car Accident Claim Without a Lawyer
Posted in California,Car Accidents on April 18, 2019
Car accidents are a very common occurrence throughout the U.S., and while some result in devastating injuries and catastrophic economic losses, others may only involve a few hundred dollars worth of vehicle repairs. When a driver experiences a car accident, he or she will likely wonder whether it is best to hire a motor vehicle… read more
Who Is at Fault in a Rear End Collision?
Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on March 25, 2019
California is notorious for its heavy traffic congestion. With busy highways and bumper-to-bumper traffic comes an increase in rear-end collisions. Rear-end collisions can occur when the following driver is not paying enough attention, or if the leading driver does not have working brake lights. Common injuries from rear-end collisions include whiplash and back injuries. In… read more
Can a Car Accident Cause Degenerative Disc Disease?
Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on March 18, 2019
Degenerative disc disease is a condition that refers to the breakdown of the discs between the vertebrae over time. Spinal discs are responsible for absorbing shock and cushioning the bones of the spine. Degenerative disc disease can happen naturally with age, but minor injuries can also cause this condition. Injuries can create tears in the… read more
How Long Should You Be Sore After a Car Accident?
Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on March 11, 2019
Car accidents can be physically devastating for victims. Common injuries range from multiple bone fractures to third-degree burns. When you suffer a specific injury, your physician will be able to estimate how long you will experience physical pain based on your diagnosis and prognosis. If you never went to the hospital or did not think… read more
How to Find out If Someone Has Car Insurance
Posted in California,Car Accidents,Personal Injury on February 25, 2019
Car accidents can be stressful occurrences, especially if you were not at-fault. Under California law, you must collect the at-fault driver’s insurance information in order to collect compensatory damages for your losses, such as medical expenses and property damages. However, if the other driver refuses to give insurance information or does not have insurance, the… read more
Do You Have to Report a Car Accident in California?
Posted in California,Car Accidents,Personal Injury on February 18, 2019
When you get into a car accident in California, you must report the crash to law enforcement under certain circumstances. Reporting a car accident is the first step to collecting compensatory damages for your losses in the situation, such as medical expenses and property damage. Following the reporting rules could have a major impact on… read more
Who Is at Fault in a Parking Lot Accident?
Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on February 11, 2019
Thousands of car accidents occur in parking lots every year in the United States, causing injuries, property damage, and even death. When you’re involved in a parking lot accident, determining who is at fault can be complicated. You will have to consider a few key issues, such as the primary cause of the crash, who… read more
Study: The Most Dangerous Coastal Zones in LA and Orange County
Posted in Safety Information on January 28, 2019
An Analysis of Pedestrian and Bicycle Crashes within one mile of the coast A rising number of non-motorist collisions in cities along the Southern California coast inspired us to ask: how many accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists have occurred in the beach communities of Orange and Los Angeles Counties? Where are non-motorists at the highest… read more