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Trial to begin for teen accused of distracted driving

As the world has become more technology focused and the use of technology has become commonplace, the temptation for people in California to use their phones while they are driving has become a very real problem. While many acknowledge the concern that texting and driving create, as well as the danger it imposes on everyone around the texting driver, many also admit to being part of the problem at some point. 

How much is your pain and suffering worth?

Should you suffer injuries in a California car crash, you may wish to sue the person whose negligence caused the accident. If you do, you should know that you can recover two types of damages: economic and noneconomic. Your economic damages are those on which you can place a precise dollar amount, such as your medical bills. Your noneconomic damages, on the other hand, are those on which you cannot place a precise dollar amount, such as your pain and suffering.

The importance of replacing a child restraint after an accident

When families in California are involved in an automobile accident, their foremost concern is often the wellbeing and survival of their loved ones who were passengers in the vehicle. Once initial assessments are completed and it is determined that all involved persons will survive and are able to receive medical treatment for their injuries, it is just the beginning of dealing with the aftermath of the collision. 

Is there a time limitation to file a personal injury claim?

If you were in a motor vehicle accident in California and you notice that certain symptoms are not going away, you may choose to file a personal injury claim against the other driver. It is important to keep in mind there are statutes of limitation, which means you only have a certain amount of time to file the claim. That is why it is imperative to take note of any symptoms, minor or serious, after an accident so the at-fault party can cover the expenses in a timely manner.

Accident with an uninsured motorist

If you are in a car accident in California and it is the other person's fault, his or her insurance should cover your expenses. However, what happens if the other driver does not have insurance or does not have enough to cover all your bills? Uninsured insurance is the best option for getting your bills paid.

Are there different levels of brain injury?

If you are in a car accident in California, and a healthcare provider diagnoses you with a brain injury, you have cause for concern. However, before you start thinking the worst, it is important to understand there are different levels of severity of a brain injury, ranging from mild to serious. They type you have will determine how it will affect you over the long term and what your treatment options are.

Emotionally recovering from a car crash

People may focus on some of the physical and financial aspects of motor vehicle accidents, from broken bones and other injuries to hospital bills and lost wages. These are certainly some of the more concerning repercussions associated with motor vehicle collisions, but they are not the only ways in which auto accident victims suffer. Some people involved in a crash may also face harsh emotional consequences that can virtually shatter their lives. If you are an auto accident victim who is struggling with the emotional toll of a wreck, it is important to focus on addressing any negative emotions you are facing.

Keep track of all expenses related to car accidents

If you are in a car accident in California, and it is the other driver's fault, he or she should be responsible for many of your related expenses. While property damage and injuries are obvious expenses, there are other ones you may not even think about. It is important to keep track of everything that relates to the accident so the party responsible can pay.

Can sunlight cause a motor vehicle accident?

From drunk people getting behind the wheel to a driver ignoring traffic signs, auto collisions happen for many reasons. Weather can factor into a crash in different ways, whether a driver loses control of their vehicle due to poor conditions on the road or their visibility is impacted by fog, snow or rain. Moreover, sunlight can also interfere with a driver’s ability to see the road and may lead to a motor vehicle collision. If you drive while it is very sunny out, there are different things you should keep in mind.

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