Car Accidents

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Can Your Airbag Cause a Concussion?

Airbags are designed to help lessen the severity of head and brain trauma in the event a vehicle accident occurs. However, can the airbag itself cause a person to sustain a concussion or a more severe traumatic brain injury? Here, we want to examine whether or not airbags can lead to injuries in their own… read more

How To Spot a Fake Car Insurance Company

Scams are everywhere nowadays, made easier by the fact that just about everyone has access to computers, mobile devices, and the Internet. One of these scams is fake insurance carriers. This may not be something that many people run across very often, but this scam often catches those in the process of looking for cheaper… read more

Who is At Fault in a T-Bone Accident?

T-bone accidents, often referred to as side-impact crashes, can lead to significant injuries and extensive property damage for those involved. However, before an individual can recover compensation for their losses, liability for the incident must be determined. Here, we want to discuss who could be at fault for a T-bone accident. The reality is that… read more

Determining Fault After Borrowed Car Accidents in California

Do you loan out your car to friends or family members? Do you often borrow someone else’s car? Well, you really need to know about liability in these situations because if an accident occurs, things could get complicated. Here, we want to discuss insurance issues when a collision occurs and the driver has borrowed the… read more

Getting Into An Accident with a Permit in California

Vehicle accidents can be confusing times for anybody involved. However, this is especially true if you only have your driver’s permit when an accident occurs. Here, we want to review the process you can expect if you or somebody you care about has been involved in an accident and only has a learner’s permit. You… read more

How to Get a Police Report for a Car Accident in California

If you or somebody you care about has been injured or sustained property damage in a vehicle accident, then you need to know how to get ahold of the police report after the accident. The police report is what insurance carriers are going to need in order to move forward with a claim to either… read more

How to Report a Drunk Driver in California

Drunk drivers are dangerous drivers. Each year in California, impaired driving is a leading cause of traffic fatalities. If you see a drunk driver while you are operating your own vehicle, there are steps that you can take to report the driver to law enforcement officials so that they can take the steps necessary to… read more

How Are Motorcycle Accident Claims Different?

Getting into a motorcycle accident is a scary experience, and any motorcyclist injured due to the actions of another driver should be able to recover compensation for their losses. However, motorcycle accident claims are often more challenging than traditional vehicle accident or truck accident claims. Here, we want to discuss why motorcycle accident claims are… read more

Who is Liable for a Multi-Car Crash in California?

Most vehicle accidents involve one or two vehicles. When a crash occurs, it can be challenging to prove liability. This is particularly true for crashes that involve multiple vehicles, specifically those involving three or more cars. Here, we want to discuss the process of determining liability after a multi-vehicle crash occurs in California. It is… read more

What Happens if You Get in a Car Accident in a Leased Car?

When it comes to getting a vehicle, individuals typically have a few choices. They can purchase a used vehicle, or they can purchase a new vehicle. However, individuals may also choose to lease a new vehicle. Leasing is a little bit different when it comes to car ownership, but will this make a difference if… read more