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January 2018 Archives

Pursuing damages after a drunk driving accident

For many years and through many law enforcement and educational campaigns, Californians have been taught the important rule that drinking and driving do not mix. This is because alcohol is an intoxicant that can impair a driver's ability to observe and respond to the many hazards and situations that can occur when they are behind the wheel of their automobile. However, despite the seemingly universal knowledge that drunk driving is dangerous, an unfortunate number of people still try to operate their vehicles when they have alcohol in their systems.

Is comparative negligence recognized in California?

When a California driver is involved in a motor vehicle collision there are several important steps that should be followed. They should first attend to any medical or health-related emergencies that may stem from their involvement in the collision. Being checked out by a medical professional is a good way to ensure that a victim has not suffered a latent injury that they are not aware of. They should also collect as much information about their accident as possible.

A driver's duty of care toward child pedestrians

Any Fullerton resident who has spent time around a young child knows that at the very least kids can be unpredictable. One minute they may be quietly playing with a toy and the next minute they may be running toward the door, looking for a means of escape. The unpredictable and impulsive nature of young children is one of the reasons that they are often involved in injury-causing accidents.

Pedestrian accidents involving children

Pedestrian accidents are often tragic incidents that result in serious injuries or even death for the unfortunate individuals who are struck by motor vehicles. In California pedestrian accidents are relatively common and one portion of the population is especially prone to suffering harm in these often preventable collisions: children.

California motorcycle officer seriously hurt in highway accident

A secondary accident on a busy California highway resulted in a California Highway Patrol (CHP) motorcycle officer suffering serious bodily injuries and being taken to a hospital. Although the officer is expected to survive, an investigation into the incident is ongoing.

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