Injury Law Blog
December 30, 2019 | safety,serious injuries
An automobile’s airbags should save lives and prevent serious injuries, not cause them. Yet every year, crash victims suffer painful and debilitating physical injuries when they collide too hard with airbags or when these safety devices malfunction. If a medical examiner or crash investigator determines you suffered your injuries because of an airbag, consult with… read more
California Leash Law
December 19, 2019 | dog attack,dog bite,Dog Bites & Injuries
Every day, someone suffers catastrophic injuries in a dog attack. Dogs running loose or at large contribute to many of these severe and sometimes deadly incidents. In California, it is every pet owner’s legal responsibility to obey leash laws in public places. Otherwise, the dog owner could be responsible and held liable for what his… read more
What To Do After a Hit-and-Run Accident
September 30, 2019 | Car accident,car accident victim,Car Accidents,investigation
Causing an accident and running from the scene is becoming a more common crime in the U.S. At-fault drivers may be more inclined to run from the police than to take responsibility for their actions – especially in catastrophic or fatal accidents from the driver’s recklessness. Although harsh penalties for hit-and-run in the state aim… read more
September 12, 2019 | Car accident,car accident victim,Car Accidents,investigation,negligence,Our Blog
Hit-and-run accidents are a growing trend in America. The most recent statistics from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety report the highest number of hit-and-run fatalities on record: 2,049 people died in hit-and-runs in 2016. The number of these accidents has also spiked in California, with a record high of 337 deaths. When a driver… read more
What Is the Most Common Birth Injury?
August 20, 2019 | Birth Injuries,Injuries to Children
Birth injuries occur to newborns more frequently than most expectant parents realize. Although modern medicine has vastly improved conditions during pregnancy, labor and delivery, birth injuries still occur – largely due to medical malpractice. Medical malpractice could cause a catastrophic or permanent infant injury. A newborn could suffer many different injuries in the delivery room,… read more
What Are Tanker Truck Crashes?
July 31, 2019 | Truck accident
Commercial trucks of all types are integral to the consumer industry. Unfortunately, they can also pose serious threats to the safety of other drivers on the road. The size and weight of big rigs make for catastrophic and often deadly accidents. In 2017, 4,657 deadly accidents involved large trucks, according to the Federal Motor Carrier… read more
What Are the Differences Between Override and Underride Truck Accidents?
July 26, 2019 | Truck accident
A collision between a large truck and a standard passenger vehicle often looks different from a typical car crash. A commercial truck can exceed 80,000 pounds – about 20 times the average weight of a car. The car, therefore, will take the brunt of the force in an impact rather than both vehicles absorbing the… read more
How Much Is My Truck Accident Claim Worth?
July 24, 2019 | Truck accident
A truck accident could cause significant personal injuries, costly vehicle damage and lifelong expenses. If someone else caused your truck accident in Sacramento, you should not have to pay for your damages. The at-fault party may be liable, or legally responsible, for the losses you suffered. Before you file an insurance claim or personal injury… read more
What Are the Different Types of Trucks and Truck Accidents?
July 22, 2019 | Truck accident
Driving anywhere in Sacramento, California could expose you to the risk of colliding with a commercial truck. Each day, millions of large trucks pass through California on their way to pick up or deliver goods. The type and severity of a truck accident could depend on many factors, including the type of truck and the… read more
What Are the Rules and Regulations for Truckers in California?
July 19, 2019 | Truck accident
Truck drivers have unique duties of care compared to typical vehicle drivers. They hold commercial driver’s licenses and must comply with the related regulations. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) strives to make the commercial trucking industry safer in the United States. It imposes federal laws all trucking companies and their employees must obey…. read more