Who is Liable for a Multi-Car Crash in California?
Posted in Car Accidents on October 29, 2021
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?
Posted in Car Accidents on October 15, 2021
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
What is a Staged Car Accident?
Posted in Car Accidents on October 1, 2021
You never expect that you will be involved in a car accident. However, when a crash does occur, it often happens quickly and unexpectedly. In most cases, vehicle accidents are caused by the actions of one or more drivers on the roadway. However, there are times when accidents are “staged” by individuals on the roadway… read more
California Car Seat Laws
Posted in California,Car Accidents on May 24, 2021
One of the safest choices that parents can make is to properly use car seats for their children. Car seats are designed with safety in mind. The regular seats inside of a vehicle are not designed to keep a child safe in the event of a Long Beach car accident. Car seats are crucial, which… read more
Who has the Right of Way When Making a Left Turn?
Posted in Car Accidents on March 31, 2021
Even though most of us operate our vehicles on autopilot, the reality is that every driver needs to remain vigilant. This is especially true when making a left-hand turn. Left turns are challenging, as these often place the driver wanting to turn into difficult situations concerning the right of way. One mistake can lead to… read more
What to do When an at Fault Driver’s Insurance Won’t Pay
Posted in California,Car Accidents on March 26, 2021
If you or somebody you love has been injured in a vehicle accident caused by the careless or negligent actions of another driver, you deserve compensation from their insurance carrier. However, securing this compensation can be challenging, particularly if the at-fault driver’s insurance carrier decides that they do not want to pay. There are various… read more
Lost Wages After a Car Accident
Posted in Car Accidents on February 17, 2021
Vehicle accidents are not uncommon in and around the Long Beach area. Additionally, it is also not uncommon for an accident victim to miss work in the aftermath of a car crash. If you are injured in a vehicle accident caused by another driver and have to miss work, you should be entitled to recover… read more
Who Pays For a Rental Car After a Car Accident?
Posted in Car Accidents on December 31, 2020
If you or somebody you care about has been involved in a car accident caused by the actions of another driver in California, you may not be able to drive your car due to the damage caused in the incident. This can create incredible frustration and inconvenience for your life, particularly when you need your… read more
What to Expect When Your Car Accident Case Goes to Trial
Posted in Car Accidents on December 28, 2020
If you or somebody you care about has been injured in a car accident caused by another driver, you should be able to receive compensation for your losses. However, securing compensation can be difficult, particularly when dealing with aggressive insurance carriers and at-fault parties. The vast majority of car accident claims in California are resolved… read more
How To Prove You Are Not At Fault In A Car Accident
Posted in Car Accidents on December 21, 2020
If you or a loved one have been involved in a car accident caused by the careless or negligent actions of another driver, it is going to be crucial that you are able to prove that another party did indeed cause the accident. Unfortunately, proving you were not at fault for a crash may be… read more