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  • Car Accidents

    The latest posts for Car Accidents are listed below.
    • Tips to Help Prevent Car Accidents

      Car accidents remain a leading cause of preventable injuries in the U.S., and especially in Southern California where traveling by car is a near necessity for many. While wrecks can happen for any number of reasons, they often result from negligence, errors, and carelessness – all of which can be avoided. Because car accidents are largely preventable, it becomes the responsibility of motorists to ...
    • Jaywalking & Pedestrian Accidents

      When we think of car accidents which involve pedestrians and fault, we typically believe that the motorist is at fault since the pedestrian always has the right of way. However, there are certain situations that pedestrians can be liable for accidents, either partially or entirely. What Happens If You Accidentally Strike a Jay Walking Pedestrian? Accidents in which a pedestrian may be wholly at ...
    • Car Accident Do's & Don'ts

      Being involved in a car accident is never a pleasant experience – even if you are lucky enough to be uninjured. While you may feel confused, angry, or overwhelmed in the immediate aftermath, it is crucial you stay in control of your actions and watch what you say during this time. Everything you say and do following your collision can have a considerable impact on your ability to recover ...

    Hints & Tips

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    • Tips to Help Prevent Car Accidents

      Car accidents remain a leading cause of preventable injuries in the U.S., and especially in Southern California where traveling by car is a near necessity for many. While wrecks can happen for any number of reasons, they often result from negligence, errors, and carelessness – all of which can be avoided. Because car accidents are largely preventable, it becomes the responsibility of motorists to ...
    • June is National Safety Awareness Month: Making Safety a Priority

      June is National Safety Awareness Month, and during the following weeks, the National Safety Council will be working to raise awareness about making safety a priority. This includes fostering conversations about common preventable accidents that injure and kill Americans, as well as tips and resources for everyone to use when doing their part to avoid them. At Accident Attorneys, our Antelope ...
    • Common Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Personal Injury Case

      The aftermath of an accident can be stressful, painful, and not to mention, extremely chaotic. Victims are often confused about what to do first and how to file a personal injury claim. You only have a limited time to take legal action to recover compensation for your damages, so it is important that you file your claim accurately and quickly. Below are some valuable tips on how to maximize your ...

    In the News

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    • New California Law Bans Holding Phone While Driving

      As of January 1, 2017, California is now a completely hands-free state when it comes to cellphone usage for motorists. Bill 1785, which goes into effect at the start of 2017, makes it illegal for drivers to perform any action that requires the use of a phone or other device in their hands – including texting, tapping, scrolling, swiping, and making calls. The evolution of smartphones and the ...
    • California Broadens Its Ban on Smartphone Use Behind the Wheel

      In 2006, California passed legislation to ban texting and driving behind the wheel, as it was readily apparent that this new cellphone feature was causing significant and dangerous driver distraction . As technology advanced and changed, the laws did not. People hardly use their smartphones – saying cellphone is even a bit antiquated – just for texting anymore, as the devices can literally do more ...
    • Ballot Measure M Proposes New High Desert Rails & Freeways

      One of the many projects and programs that would receive funding under the Measure M sales tax ballot measure in the upcoming November 8 th election is the Caltrans and Metro High Desert Corridor program . If funded, this program would allow the construction of a new 63-mile freeway between the Antelope Valley and San Bernardino County, along with a 36-mile bikeway running from 39 th Street in ...

    Insurance Claims

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    • Why You Shouldn't Post About Your Injury on Social Media

      While the Internet has allowed us to send information from place to place in the blink of an eye, social media networks have enabled us to connect with the world and keep up with friends, family, and more. Many people use social media networks to share their thoughts and experiences, including current events that are happening in their lives, and some even use it as a way to vent their ...
    • Car Accident Do's & Don'ts

      Being involved in a car accident is never a pleasant experience – even if you are lucky enough to be uninjured. While you may feel confused, angry, or overwhelmed in the immediate aftermath, it is crucial you stay in control of your actions and watch what you say during this time. Everything you say and do following your collision can have a considerable impact on your ability to recover ...
    • Beware Parking Lot Accidents During the Holiday Shopping Rush

      Navigating through a busy parking lot while doing some holiday shopping can be frustrating, but according to information from insurance companies like State Farm , it can also be dangerous. The number of car accidents in parking lots increases about 20% in November and December, based on nationwide accident reports. It would seem that while people are focusing on last-minute gift ideas, they are ...

    Motorcycle Accidents

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    • Lane Splitting Is Now Legal in CA - But Is it Safe?

      With the signing of A.B. 51 into law by Governor Jerry Brown on August 19 th , 2016, California is now the first state to legally recognize “lane splitting,” or the popular practice in which motorcyclists ride between lanes of traffic. The bill, which was sponsored by Assemblymembers Bill Quirk and Tom Lackey, formally approves the practice and gives the California Highway Patrol the ability to ...

    Personal Injury

    The latest posts for Personal Injury are listed below.
    • Why You Shouldn't Post About Your Injury on Social Media

      While the Internet has allowed us to send information from place to place in the blink of an eye, social media networks have enabled us to connect with the world and keep up with friends, family, and more. Many people use social media networks to share their thoughts and experiences, including current events that are happening in their lives, and some even use it as a way to vent their ...
    • Soft Tissue Injuries & Personal Injury Claims

      Personal injury claims and lawsuits are brought by victims who suffer preventable injuries due to the negligent or wrongful acts of another. While these injuries can certainly be catastrophic injuries that alter the lives of victims in profound ways – such as when they suffer severe burns, spinal cord injuries, or traumatic brain injuries – they can also include less severe physical injuries like ...
    • June is National Safety Awareness Month: Making Safety a Priority

      June is National Safety Awareness Month, and during the following weeks, the National Safety Council will be working to raise awareness about making safety a priority. This includes fostering conversations about common preventable accidents that injure and kill Americans, as well as tips and resources for everyone to use when doing their part to avoid them. At Accident Attorneys, our Antelope ...

    Truck Accidents

    The latest posts for Truck Accidents are listed below.
    • What Are Electronic Logging Devices in Commercial Trucks?

      Despite attempts from the trucking industry and others who have financial stakes in transporting large amounts of cargo at the expense of public safety, lawmakers and regulators have worked hard to develop new technology that keeps our roadways say. These include electronic logging devices (ELDs), which are on-board electronic units that record the amount of time a vehicle is active and on the ...
    • Causes of Truck Accidents: Driver Fatigue

      Truck driver fatigue is considered one of the common causes of truck accidents in the United States. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), at least one in every eight truck accidents that occur annually are caused by trucker fatigue. Although state and federal transportation safety officials have implemented a series of regulations to attempt to prevent truck driver ...
    • Causes of Truck Accidents: Overweight Violations

      Driving alongside a semi-truck or tractor-trailer always involves a certain level of risk. However, when those commercial trucks are overloaded, the risk of a truck accident is significantly increased. Truck drivers are responsible for checking the weight of the load and if it is balanced correctly. Unfortunately, tight deadlines and carelessness can cause a driver to check the weight quickly and ...
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