Auto Accident Statistics for Teen Drivers

 In the State of California, nearly every teenager will prepare for his or her driver’s test, especially as they prepare to enter college. Depending on the circumstances, some teens will begin to drive with a driver’s permit at age 16. Others will take their driver’s test at the age of 18 in order to obtain a state issued license. Whichever the case, parents should be aware of the facts before allowing their teen drive. Continue reading “Auto Accident Statistics for Teen Drivers”

Legal Complications That Could Transpire in the Aftermath of a Rear-End Auto 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”

Hidden Injuries to Look Out for In the Aftermath of an Auto Accident

Auto accidents in the State of California account for an immense amount of injuries on an annual basis. An injury occurring as a result of an auto accident can range anywhere from a minor cut or abrasion to a severe catastrophic injury. Typically, injured victims will fail to recognize the severity of their injuries and this can be detrimental when seeking to obtain financial compensation for their grievances. The following medical ailments account for some of the most overseen injuries resulting from a car accident. Continue reading “Hidden Injuries to Look Out for In the Aftermath of an Auto Accident”

Seek Financial Compensation When a Government Agency is Responsible for Your Injuries Resulting From a Motor Vehicle Accident

If you have been injured as a result of another’s negligence, you will likely have the opportunity of filing a personal injury claim in California’s civil courts. When the injuries have been caused as a result of the negligent act or inaction of a government agency, however, the State of California Tort Claims Act will oversee the injury claim. Continue reading “Seek Financial Compensation When a Government Agency is Responsible for Your Injuries Resulting From a Motor Vehicle Accident”