A vehicle accident can be a horrific experience for any person, even if the damage was not severe. Not every person will react the same to an auto collision. In fact, not only can physical injuries differ, but so can a person’s emotions. While some auto accident victims can experience mental fog, others can find their minds engulfed by various thoughts or concerns. Continue reading “Common Delayed Symptoms After a Motor Vehicle Accident”
Rear-end collisions are relatively common in the State of California. In the majority of cases, the vehicle that collided with another from behind will be considered at-fault and this is because motorists driving behind others are expected to keep safe distances in order to allow enough space to slow down or stop to avoid an accident. Not every at-fault party is easily determined, however. This can easily result in various legal complications for auto accident victims that are seeking to file a personal injury claim for their injuries. Continue reading “Legal Complications That Could Transpire in the Aftermath of a Rear-End Auto Accident”
Busing transportation systems are widely used in the State of California, especially in metropolitan areas. They are a great means to travel, with many commuters opting for this ridesharing experience regularly. In the State of California, many bus companies have revamped the vehicles to include free Wi-Fi, use clean energy, and offer the convenience of added bus stops. Further, transportation hubs are being created across many regions throughout southern California in an effort to encourage people to use public transportation. Unfortunately, there are many types of accidents that can happen on roadways, and buses are no exception. Continue reading “Seeking Restitution After Being Involved in a Bus Accident in the State of California”
With the increase of warehouse companies being built across the Inland Empire, semi-trucks are also dramatically increasing across all local roadways. Semi-trucks are largely built in order to transport enormous amounts of freight between ports to either warehouses or stores across the nation. While they are fundamental part of our economy, the heavy increase of these trucks in residential communities places many drivers at risk for an accident. Semi-truck accidents have the probability to be more severe, and in some cases fatal, in comparison to that of regular car accidents. If you or someone you know has been involved in an accident with a big rig, it is important to know that there are complex rules and laws that involve these types of vehicles. Continue reading “The Difference Between Car Accidents and Semi-Truck Accidents”
In late March of this year, an accident that occurred on the 10-fwy in the City of Claremont involved a total of 15 vehicles. The multi-vehicle accident left one person dead, two other individuals with serious injuries and 9 others with less-severe injuries. It was reported that the unsafe driving speeds perpetuated by a 30-year-old driver caused the accident.