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November 2016 Archives

Drunk drivers can turn holiday celebrations into tragedies

The holidays are a time of celebration. Starting with Thanksgiving and lasting all the way to ringing in the New Year, there will be countless parties, family get-togethers and other festive events. While it is not unusual to have a drink or two at one of these celebrations, there are unfortunately some in California who will take it too far and will get behind the wheel of a car after having too much to drink. Drunk driving is a serious issue, especially at this time of the year.

How long does one have to bring a lawsuit after a car accident?

When a person in Fullerton is the victim of a car crash, his or her first concern may be simply recovering physically from the injuries that he or she suffered. However, as the medical expenses mount, along with the victim's lost wages from being unable to work and his or her continuing pain and suffering, the thought of seeking legal action against the responsible party may start to come to the forefront of the victim's mind. However, did you know that a person injured in a car accident only has a certain amount of time in which to bring a lawsuit?

Pedestrian accidents on interstates can be deadly affairs

People may not expect to find a pedestrian on one of California's interstate highways, but according to one source, more than 10 percent of all pedestrian deaths take place on interstate highways. There are a number of reasons as to why pedestrians would be on an interstate highway, and drivers should be aware of this possibility so that they can avoid a pedestrian accident.

5 things to know about a broken neck

Serious car accidents can lead to serious injuries, including a broken neck. Sometimes a broken neck is thought of as a fatal injury, but that isn't always the case. Christopher Reeve survived a broken neck and rallied to help others with the same fate overcome the obstacles that follow this horrific injury. Here are five points you should know about a broken neck.

Educating California teens and parents about drunk driving

When teenagers in California get their driver's license for the first time, they are eager to hit the road with their new-found freedom. However, they do not have the judgment or experience of older drivers, and may be more prone to making poor decisions while behind the wheel. One of these decisions is drinking and driving.

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