Month: May 2019

Brain injury can lead to PTSD and depression

During an accident, head trauma can lead to brain injury. This may happen if an occupant of a vehicle hits their head against the window, or fails to wear a seatbelt and is projected through the windshield. Even airbags have been known to cause head trauma in California. Pedestrians struck by motor vehicles also face …

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Which cars have the worst medical and personal injury claims?

Smaller and lighter cars are becoming more popular in California as drivers try to lower gas expenses. However, according to Forbes, these vehicles can be costly in other ways. Smaller and lighter cars tend to have more medical payments claims than any other category of cars. The main reason for this is easy to guess …

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How can you know if your child has a concussion?

Having your kids play sports after school is good for them in many ways. It teaches valuable skills and keeps them active. However, sports, especially ones that involve physical contact, can be dangerous for your children. Sports like tackle football, soccer and hockey, among others, pose a few risks to your children. You might be …

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Proposal to prevent unintended acceleration halted

The Los Angeles Times reports that previous plans to obligate mandatory safety features to prevent the unintended acceleration of vehicles are no longer in motion. The change comes after automakers voluntarily installed safety systems, which were implemented because of issues with Toyota accelerators that caused numerous accidents from 2009 to 2012. Automakers claim that all vehicles currently …

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School-transportation vehicles are the safest way to travel

Parents in California are always looking for new ways to keep their children safe and to play an active role in their lives. As a result, many parents opt to drop kids off at school themselves, rather than let them take the bus. However, year and year, statistics have shown that school-transportation vehicles have the …

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Self-driving cars may put an end to distracted driving

According to the NHTSA, in 2017, distracted driving cost 3,166 people their lives. In California, teens were often blamed for this problem, but studies show that parents struggle just as much with setting their phone aside. This is despite the fact that there is more pressure on parents to lead by example. After all, teens …

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