Whether you’ve sustained a broken windshield, a bent axle, or worse, almost every California motor vehicle accident is likely to result in some form of property damage. Property damage also isn’t confined to just your car. Personal property such as watches, glasses, phones, laptops, sports equipment, and more can all be damaged in the vehicle.
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Riding a motorcycle on an open California road can give the rider a sense of exhilaration and total freedom. Although motorcycle riders may feel like they own the road, they have to follow the same rules of the road that drivers of cars and trucks have to follow. Motorcyclists also have to follow laws pertaining
Parking lots can be very dangerous places for pedestrians and accidents may happen when you least expect them. Those who walk through parking lots often find that a parking lot is not a very pedestrian-friendly place. Drivers often move through parking lots at a higher rate of speed than they should, and distractions are common.
A car accident may happen when you least expect it. It’s a good idea to do whatever you can to protect yourself if it should happen to you. Would a dash cam help you in case of a California car accident? When you think of a dash cam, you probably think of footage captured by law
A serious car accident can result in severe trauma to the head. When you hit your head in a California accident with a great deal of force, it’s possible that you’ve experienced a skull fracture. A skull fracture may accompany a brain injury, but the brain isn’t always damaged when the skull is fractured. Types of Skull