If you have been in an auto accident, understanding these California laws early could protect you from problems later. Pure Comparative Fault California recognizes the pure comparative fault rule of accident liability. Unless an involved party is understood as 100 percent at fault, California will recognize a shared level of liability among parties until proven… continue reading.
A recent accident at the intersection of College and University injured six people, two of them critically. Intersections are dangerous due to a high volume of vehicles at once and possible confusion that can occur at street lights or stop signs. The City of San Diego has collected a list of San Diego’s most dangerous… continue reading.
When it comes to an auto accident, many people rely on an insurance settlement to help them shoulder the burden of damages. This is especially true when the other driver does not have enough insurance to cover the damages caused in an accident. However, this reliance also comes with a false sense of security that… continue reading.
If you drive regularly during the week, you have probably driven too aggressively on occasion or experienced road rage yourself. However, some drivers can be considered regular aggressive drivers who experience road rage frequently. These drivers can be a danger to other motorists on the road. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA),… continue reading.