Month: December 2017

What happens if you are injured in an insurance fraud case?

It can be hard to believe, but not everyone on the road has your best interests in mind. A car accident in California may be more than just an accident. It may be the other driver’s attempt to commit insurance fraud by deliberately causing a collision. Yet such drivers rarely think of the harm to …

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Legal liability in self-driving car accidents

In an accident with most motor vehicles, blame can often be placed on one or both drivers, existing traffic conditions, vehicle safety issues, road safety issues or weather conditions. The issue of liability gets more complicated when dealing with self-driving cars that do not have a driver, when the self-driving car may or may not be …

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What do you do when police arrive on the scene of a car accident?

When you have been involved in an accident on California’s highways and city streets, the immediate response can be panic. Accidents are frightening and your emotions may be running high, whether you are upset over a near-miss fatality, angry over damage to your vehicle, or dealing with the pain and fear associated with injury. Regardless …

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Bedsores aren’t just minor nuisances for many people

People who are bedridden and those who have severe mobility issues often can’t adjust their position to prevent pressure from being placed on specific points in the body. They will often rely on other people to help them out with repositioning. Patients in nursing homes and those who depend on care aides should be moved …

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When accidents require an investigation

If the cause of a motor vehicle accident is unclear, California state or local police accident investigation teams may conduct an investigation to determine the cause of the accident, including agencies such as the California Highway Patrol Multidisciplinary Accident Investigation Teams. Such investigations can be common in cases involving catastrophic injury or death, but less …

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Can the driver in a hit and run case be acquitted of fault?

A hit-and-run can happen out of nowhere. One moment you are walking the streets of California, and the next a driver crashes their vehicle into you. Rather than remain and take accountability, the driver speeds away and leaves you injured. You have been the victim of a hit-and-run, but if you pursue a case against …

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