Category: Car Accidents

Do You Have to Report a Car Accident in California?

Car Accidents | June 22, 2021

Certain steps are important for you to take as the victim of a car accident in California. One is reporting your accident to the correct authorities. Although you may be tempted not to call the police or report your crash, this may be against the law and lead to serious penalties. It could also weaken…

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What If My Car Accident Injuries Don’t Show Up Right Away?

Car Accidents | June 10, 2021

Some car accident injuries are obvious right away. However, it is possible for car accidents to cause injuries with delayed or hidden symptoms that may not be immediately apparent. If you didn’t notice your car accident injuries for a few hours or days after your crash, you may still be entitled to financial compensation. It…

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Who Is at Fault in a Car Accident T-Bone?

Car Accidents | June 3, 2021

In California, it is necessary to determine fault for your car accident before you can file an insurance claim. This is how California’s tort-based insurance system works. If you get injured in a T-bone accident, determining fault can be difficult, as it may depend on several different factors. You may need assistance from a Los…

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Who Is More Distracted: iPhone Users or Android Users?

Car Accidents | June 1, 2021

Distracted driving is a leading cause of serious and fatal automobile accidents in California and throughout the United States. The most dangerous – as well as the most common – form of driver distraction is cell phone use. According to a new study, although all electronic communication devices present a hazard behind the wheel, certain…

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Can You Multitask While Driving?

Car Accidents | May 3, 2021

Multitasking while driving has become commonplace in today’s busy world. Pressure from work and school can lead to drivers trying to read text messages or check emails while driving. Teen drivers are especially prone to texting and taking videos and pictures while driving. Multitasking behind the wheel, however, is an extremely dangerous practice that can…

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Is California a No-Fault State?

Car Accidents | March 22, 2021

If you get into a car accident, you need to understand the car accident laws in the state where the crash took place. These laws will affect how you handle the insurance claims process and who will be responsible for paying for your injuries and losses. There are fault and no-fault car insurance states. California…

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