2 Firefighters, 2 others injured in Pacoima high-speed collision
If you get injured in an accident that was caused by another at-fault driver, it can wind up costing you thousands of dollars in medical bills and associated expenses. Filing a claim for damages can put money back into your pocket when you need it most.
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Thursday, July 13, 2017

2 Firefighters, 2 others injured in Pacoima high-speed collision

A dramatic crash in Pacoima left two Los Angeles firemen in the hospital in fair condition along with two others. The collision happened one morning last month as the first responders were traveling with a patient in an ambulance to a local hospital. Events unfolded June 28 shortly before 11 a.m. as the Los Angeles...
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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Marijuana use while driving a growing threat?

Now that recreational marijuana use is legal in California, drivers may face heightened risks on the road. “Drugged driving” has become a key issue for law enforcement statewide. After alcohol, marijuana is the most common substance involved in intoxicated driving, according to the CDC. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) – the psychoactive component of marijuana – impairs driving...
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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

How often is paralysis caused by car accidents?

Paralysis is much more common than a lot of people assume. According to the Christopher Reeve Foundation, about 5.4 million people suffer from it in the United States. To get a better grasp on what that means, it indicates that one person out of every 50 is paralyzed. It’s also more than the entire population...
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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Freak accident claims life of san jose woman

A freak accident on June 2 that involved a golf cart and wine glasses ended with the death of a San Jose woman. She was 58. According to reports from the California Highway Patrol, around 11:15 p.m. the woman and her intimate partner of 17 years were riding in an E-Z-GO golf cart through their...
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Saturday, April 29, 2017

LA’S deadliest times and places for traffic accidents

Vehicle collisions may not be one of your top worries in life, but what if it were possible to minimize your risk? Although there’s no such thing as a sure bet, choices as simple as restricting when and where you drive might improve your odds. When it comes to navigating the streets of Los Angeles...
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Thursday, March 2, 2017

Distracted driving can impact your future

Distracted driving is a major problem on the roads. It takes the driver’s eyes off the road, making it more likely for the vehicle to drift or for the driver to rear-end another vehicle. Distracting driving occurs any time you take your hands off the wheel, whether it’s to answer a text, eat, drink or...
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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

5 important steps to take if you’re a victim of a hit-and-run

Nothing is worse than a serious car accident – except when the other driver squeals away before you even realize what just happened. Hit-and-runs are more common than you might think. In Los Angeles County alone, someone becomes a victim of a hit-and-run approximately once every 18 minutes, according to data from 2015. Even if you’re...
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Friday, January 13, 2017

los angeles county sees the most pedestrian fatalities

For pedestrians, the Auto Insurance Center recently determined that no county in the nation is as dangerous as Los Angeles County. According to a report they compiled, there were more motor vehicle accidents resulting in the death of a pedestrian in that county than anywhere else in the United States. The AIC got their data...
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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Should app developers be required to lock out users who are driving

Every driver has a responsibility to avoid distractions while behind the wheel. This is especially true when it comes to high-risk behaviors such as texting or using cellphone apps while driving. But do the developers of those apps also have a role to play in preventing distracted driving? They should – at least according to...
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Sunday, December 11, 2016

Roadside marijuana tests proposed

With the legalization of recreational use of marijuana in California, motorists will have yet another large concern about highway safety when driving on the streets and roads of the state. While the effects of drugged driving can be similar to other impaired driving behavior, such as drunk driving, enforcement will likely be more difficult and complicated...
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