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Amusement park injuries are more common than you think

Whether you are visiting a resort or looking for a family staycation, an amusement park is always a fun choice. After all, what can be more of a stress relief than defying gravity or releasing a blood-curdling scream on the first big hill of a monster roller coaster? Perhaps the last thing you wanted to think about was how safe the amusements were and whether your safety is in danger as you buckled into a ride.

How do I know if my car insurance covers medical bills?

If you recently sustained or caused injuries in an accident in California, you may be concerned about whether or not your insurance policy covers medical costs. The best source of information is your insurance company. If you sign into your policy online or view your insurance card, it should show you what your policy covers and does not cover. If you financed your car, there may be a greater likelihood that you have full coverage.

What does the data say about spinal cord injury sufferers?

No matter what kind of accident you had, you now face a life with a debilitating spinal cord injury. You may be one of those people who wants to know more about what your future holds. The more information you have, the better you feel you can plan and prepare yourself for what may lie ahead.

You may claim for potholes damages to your vehicle in CA

According to ABC News, California’s Bay Area has the worst roads in America. The roughest roads are in the San-Francisco-Oakland area, where a whopping 71% of these are in poor condition. The pot holes are so bad that some drivers claim it feels like driving through a third world country.

Purchasing liability insurance may protect your assets

According to Market Insider, California is one of the worst states to file an accident claim. California gets ranked second after Michigan and Louisiana. What did researchers use to arrive at this conclusion? They looked at the states where drivers pay the most on average after filing auto accident claims. Michigan and Louisiana average $3,502 and $3,348 respectively. California averages $3,081.

When one party in an accident is uninsured

In the ideal world, drivers all have car insurance and no one drives stolen cars or on a revoked or suspended license. Unfortunately, no one lives in a perfect world and Californians are no exception. USA Today notes that nationwide, one in eight drivers have no insurance. This may result from either lapsing on insurance payments or never buying insurance because they do not own a car.

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