Have you heard about the Fitbit device? If you live in California, chances are that you have. Fitbit is a line of wearable activity trackers that measure data, including the number of steps you have walked during a day.
Distracted driving leads to more than nine deaths and more than one thousand injuries every day in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and cellphones are one of the main sources of distraction.
Police are called to the scene of countless accidents everyday in California. That's because the state has some of the busiest roads in the country, where accidents occur almost non-stop.
As we discussed in our last post, former Olympian and patriarch of the Jenner-Kardashian clan Bruce Jenner was involved in a fatal car accident last weekend in Malibu.
If you were involved in a serious car accident, you probably ended up hospitalized and you might have undergone numerous surgeries to help put you back together.
Most people are generally aware of what steps to take following a car accident, including checking to make sure everyone at the scene is okay, calling the police to report the accident, and meeting with a personal injury lawyer to discuss your compensation options.
Excluding the occasional backseat driver, it has probably been a while since you have had your driving skills critiqued. However, if you are an OnStar customer, that might soon change.
One of the most basic rules of the road is to leave enough room between your car and the car ahead of you so that if the car ahead of you suddenly stops you have enough time to apply the brakes without running into the back of it.
We talk a lot about recovering damages in personal injury lawsuits on our blog, but we rarely get into the details of the types of damages that can be recovered, which we will be discussing today.
In most cases when driving on California roads it is quite obvious who has the right-of-way. For example, we all know that drivers who have a green light at an intersection have the right-of-way over drivers who have a red light.