Do pedestrians have the right-of-way in California?

Our Blog,Pedestrian Accidents | March 25, 2014

People might assume that pedestrians always have the right-of-way when crossing this street. Although this might be true in certain situations, miscalculations can prove to be very costly. Keeping this in mind, California readers might be wondering exactly when pedestrians have the right-of-way. California statute clearly lays out when pedestrians have the ability to cross…

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Federal study reveals human toll of distracted driving

Car Accidents | March 20, 2014

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…

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California car accident leaves 4 children in hospital

Car Accidents | March 19, 2014

  A crash in Fresno on March 14 has sent four children to the hospital, two of whom are in critical condition. According to police, a man collided with a Suburban containing nine students who were coming home from school. The man was allegedly trying to evade police after he realized that an officer had…

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Are horse-bite claims treated like dog bites in California?

Our Blog | March 14, 2014

When people think of animal attacks, they might imagine someone being bitten and injured by a dog. After all, dog bite cases unfortunately make the news on a regular basis. Despite this perception, the reality is that any type of domestic animal may have a propensity to attack an innocent bystander. For those who are…

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