Category: Car Accidents

When should you contact a car accident lawyer in California?

If you're wondering when to contact a car accident lawyer, now is likely the time. Following a collision, a knowledgeable California car accident lawyer can help you decide your legal options. Car accident victims are frequently forced to deal with severe injuries and soaring medical expenses on their own after an accident. They are usually […]

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Symptoms to Watch for After a Car Accident

According to 2017 crash statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), around 7,500 people are hurt every day in automobile accidents. These accidents can result in injuries that range from minor to serious and even fatal. Car accidents are known for inflicting quick and severe injuries. Following a collision, broken bones, burns, lacerations, […]

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Does California have no fault insurance or are medical claims handled by bodily injury liability?

California is an at-fault state, rather than a no-fault state. In an at-fault state, the person who caused the accident is also responsible for the damages he or she caused, according to the limits of their insurance coverage. All registered car owners in a no-fault insurance state are required to maintain no-fault insurance policies from […]

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What Happens if You Have a Car Accident Without Insurance in California?

All drivers must have valid car insurance in the state of California. In addition, the law requires them to have proof of their liability insurance with them at all times when driving. Operating a motor vehicle without it is illegal and carries severe penalties. Why do you need car insurance? Auto liability insurance can protect […]

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Whose Insurance Pays For a Car Accident in California?

If you've been hurt in a car accident in Orange County, you may incur substantial medical costs and other expenses as a result of your injury. You could be unable to work for an extended length of time. Other losses, such as pain and suffering, are more difficult to quantify. You’ll need to get medical […]

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Chain Reaction Car Accident — Who's at Fault in California

Nobody wants to be involved in a car accident, but they are, unfortunately, a common occurrence across the country. Under California’s traditional tort-based law, the person deemed at fault has to pay for the damages caused by the accident.  In most cases, the accident would only involve two parties, and liability only has to be […]

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Orange County Car Crash Statistics and Accident Data

Auto accidents are one of the top causes of preventable deaths in the country. As one of the busiest metropolitan areas in the state of California, Orange County sees a lot of auto accidents every year. Although the death rate has significantly improved in the past few years, auto accidents are still a major cause […]

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Delayed Pain After a Car Accident in California

After a car accident, you might not feel any pain or show outward signs of any injury at all. Actually, symptoms of physical damages can be delayed by a few days or even longer before they show up.  Here’s what you can do when insurance adjusters start calling and put pressure on you to settle […]

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California Accident Fault Laws

California car accidents can inflict severe and life-altering injuries, often leaving victims financially burdened due to lost income, large medical bills, and even lifelong disabilities.  To find the other parties liable, however, there must be absolute proof that they were at fault in the accident. Determining fault in a car accident is a complex process. […]

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Can You Sue School for Child Injury in Orange County?

While the California school system does a great job of providing safe education for our children, accidents can still happen. Parents should be aware of the conditions at their child’s school and take note of potential problems and hazards, some of which are discussed below.  If you’re concerned about an actual or potential safety problem […]

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