How often do cars catch on fire?
May 23, 2017 | Our Blog,personal injury
You see it in the movies constantly: cars crashing and then bursting into flames or exploding. On one hand, it makes sense. Cars are filled with gasoline, a very flammable and explosive form of fuel. On the other hand, of course, it’s not as if you see burning cars every time you drive to the… read more
Sacramento bicycle accident statistics
May 22, 2017 | Our Blog,personal injury
Over 4,000 employees commute to their workplaces by bicycle in Sacramento each day. Hundreds of cyclists ride bicycles while running errands throughout the city. This is excellent for the environment, and it’s wonderful for the health of the people who enjoy their bicycles, but riding a bike can also be dangerous. Let’s take a look… read more
Were you hurt in a pedestrian crash?
May 19, 2017 | Our Blog,personal injury
Because cars have the potential to seriously injure and kill a pedestrian, vehicle drivers must make an effort to watch out for and yield to pedestrians. For this reason, California pedestrians have the right of way in numerous traffic scenarios. This does not mean that an adult pedestrian can dart out into the middle of… read more
Teen drivers and car accidents
May 18, 2017 | Car Accidents,Our Blog
There are millions upon millions of teenage drivers on the road. While everyone has to start somewhere, it’s important to note that younger drivers often find it more difficult to remain safe. Fortunately, there are many proven methods for helping teenagers become safer drivers. With this in mind, it’s important for both the teens and… read more
Are children really safer in the back seat?
May 17, 2017 | Our Blog,personal injury
Your child wants to ride next to you in the front seat of your vehicle. You’ve heard that children are supposed to ride in the back, but you’re wondering if they’re really safer in the back seat. With all of the safety devices in modern cars, does it matter where they ride? It does. For… read more
What should I do if I break a bone?
May 12, 2017 | Our Blog,personal injury
One of the most common car or bicycle accident injuries is a broken bone. No matter how minor a broken bone happens to be, those who suffer such a fracture require medical attention. If major trauma is also involved, then you should contact 911 immediately. Other reasons to call 911 include the following: — If… read more
BMW fires draw criticism, concerns
May 11, 2017 | Our Blog,personal injury
To many car aficionados, BMW is the ultimate driving machine. The handling, performance and luxury are significant draws that have made the German automaker a very popular choice for decades. Unfortunately, like many other automakers, BMW is not immune from criticisms about dangerous defects. Indeed, BMW was affected by the massive Takata airbag recall, but… read more
The top treatment methods for a broken hip
May 8, 2017 | Our Blog,personal injury
A broken hip is a serious injury that can alter your life in many ways. For example, this can make it difficult to walk. For this reason, you may not be able to live your day to day life. Although this is a serious injury, it’s good to know that there are a variety of… read more
Can bike helmets increase your risk of injury?
May 6, 2017 | Our Blog,personal injury
When you were a child, you were probably told many times that bike helmets would keep you safe. You had to wear one. When you grew up and told your children the same thing, you believed it. Certainly, in many ways, bike helmets can and do help. They prevent some injuries or lower the severity… read more
Motorcycle accidents in Roseville, California
May 5, 2017 | Our Blog,personal injury
Unless you’re a motorcyclist yourself, you may not realize that motorcycle riders are some of the best and safest drivers on the road. This is because they cannot afford to take the same kinds of risks that car drivers can. A motorcyclist doesn’t have any kind of protection — aside from a helmet — when… read more