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What Happens After a Fatal Traffic Accident?

Interestingly, according to statistics released by the World Health Organization, it is estimated that annually 1.3 million people die because of a road traffic crash globally. In America, about 38,000 people die each year because of a fatal traffic accident. Additionally, it is also believed that in the United States, approximately 4.4 million people require…

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What Happens If You’re An Uber Passenger During An Auto Accident?

Uber is a popular ridesharing service that has become increasingly popular in recent years. However, as it has become more popular, it has become a concern as Uber auto accidents are becoming more prevalent. It was reported that from 2017 to 2018, there were 97 fatal crashes that led to 107 deaths. Should you have…

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Motorcycle Laws in California

The law requires motorcyclists in California to follow the same rules that all drivers of regular cars are required to follow. However, the state does have specific laws that only apply to motorcyclists. As in the case of all traffic rules, the rules for motorcycles are designed to protect motorcyclists, as well as other drivers…

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Preparing for Your First Meeting with a Motorcycle Accident Attorney

You were out there enjoying the freedom associated with riding your motorcycle on the road, and suddenly, you got involved in an accident. In one second, you are facing a long recovery from injuries and concerns about how to pay for your medical care and other losses. You naturally wonder what you can do to…

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Common Motorcycle Crash Injuries

Motorcycle riding is very popular in California, and as with many enjoyable activities, there is a downside to it. For motorcycle riding, the downside is the ever-present danger of crashing. Because motorcycles have little protection, a biker and his or her passenger is likely to be seriously injured in any motorcycle accident. According to the…

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Can You Sue a Family Member For Wrongful Death in California?

A wrongful death action is a lawsuit in which someone who has lost a loved one seeks financial compensation if they died because of negligence or deliberate action by another party. This type of action is separate and independent of any criminal case that may be pursued against the same defendant arising from the same…

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