Month: June 2018

How many drinks can I have before I cannot drive?

Drivers in California understand it is illegal to drink and drive, but many of them do not realize how few drinks it can take before their BAC surpasses the legal limit. How one absorbs and metabolizes alcohol also varies depending on a number of factors. With the legal limit being only .08, many people get …

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How fault of an accident is determined

Drivers in California have a responsibility to keep themselves and other drivers safe on the road. This includes understanding road signs, knowing traffic laws, paying attention and not getting behind the wheel after drinking or taking drugs. Unfortunately, collisions do occur and they are often the result of negligence by one of the drivers involved. …

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If you take drugs, stay out of the driver’s seat

Law enforcement agents in California, and in many states around the country, have noticed an increase of drivers who are driving under the influence of drugs. You may think that driving after taking medication, especially if it is prescribed, is alright, but this is not the case. The consequences of drugged driving are the same …

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Lasting symptoms of TBIs: What to expect

There are some consequences of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) that develop six months or later following an injury. These consequences include headaches, seizures and other serious symptoms of past injuries. As a patient recovering from a traumatic brain injury, it’s very important to stick with the treatment plan your doctor has prescribed for you. Everyone …

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California’s answer to high prevalence of hit-and-run accidents

Recent data shows that the rate of hit-and-run accidents in the country is at an all-time high. The state of California has taken steps to help decrease these types of incidents, and the results have been positive. Its outcomes may help other states pass similar legislation, which should help limit the number of drivers that …

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