In our last post, we discussed one of many lawsuits that have been filed against General Motors in the wake of the auto manufacturer's recall of millions of potentially dangerous vehicles in California and the rest of the United States.
In our last post, we discussed the tragic charter bus accident that occurred in Northern California on April 10 and claimed the lives of ten people, including several high school students.
Fatal motor vehicle accidents are never a welcome occurrence. Unexpectedly, families lose so much -- often without the ability to say goodbye to loved ones. The healing process after the crash can be long, as families explore their options to feel whole once again and move forward.
Science fiction stories are full of scenarios where brains are preserved after death.
Over the last several weeks, we have discussed issues surrounding distracted driving in a pair of blog posts. The development of and proliferation new technology has most definitely fueled concerns about drivers discovering new sources of distraction. Although this message might be a common refrain from public safety officials, a study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that these concerns are warranted.
No one ever plans to be involved in a fatal accident; however, they occur on California roadways every single day. Two individuals were recently killed in a vehicle accident as a result of a horrific crash that occurred in eastern Riverside County. According to state troopers, the accident happened when the driver lost control of the car and it smashed into a tree.