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October 2016 Archives

When can uninsured motorist bodily injury coverage be useful?

Usually if a person in Fullerton is in a car accident, he or she exchanges insurance information with the other driver. However, what if a person is injured in the crash and the other driver does not have insurance? Or what if a person is injured in a hit-and-run accident, and he or she cannot identify or locate the other driver?

Five injured in car accident involving police deputy

Drivers in Fullerton must always be on alert for police cars responding to a call in the vicinity. When drivers see a police car with its lights flashing, they should pull over to the side of the road to give the officer the right-of-way. Unfortunately, some drivers fail to see police vehicles in their vicinity, which could lead to car accidents.

Fighting for those harmed in an accident caused by a drunk driver

Most people in Fullerton handle alcohol responsibly and will not get behind the wheel of a car if they have had too much to drink. After all, the dangers of driving while intoxicated are well known. Unfortunately, some people will flaunt the law and drive while drunk. This is entirely unacceptable. In fact, almost 200,000 people in California each year are arrested for driving while intoxicated, and more than 1,200 residents of California will die each year in a drunk driving crash. Nationwide, almost 50 percent of all fatal car accidents involve alcohol.

Even as few as three drinks could cause a drunk driving accident

Relaxing after a long day with a beer, a glass of wine or a cocktail is routine for some people in California, while others only drink at social events. In this post we will explore the link between a person's blood alcohol concentration, the effects on the body and how it impairs the ability to drive.

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