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August 2016 Archives

Distracted driving: there's an app that's causing that

You are driving down the street and see that the car ahead of you is weaving in the lane. You feel uncomfortable and decide to pass it. As you go around it, you see the driver has her head down while playing with her cell phone. You are witnessing a distracted driver. This person has no regard for her own safety and creates hazardous driving conditions for others.

A guide to follow after a hit-and-run

You are driving your car along the same route as always and suddenly, you are struck by an oncoming vehicle. The driver, who has realized they hit you with their vehicle, has fled the crime scene. The other party might claim it was an unintentional accident later on, but since they did not stay at the scene of the crash, it may be considered a hit-and-run, which is a criminal offense.

A driver can get compensation when they are uninsured

You are cruising to work on your motorcycle on the same road you always travel on and suddenly, you are hit by an oncoming vehicle. You are suffering debilitating and serious injuries, which can affect you from functioning as you previously did prior to your accident. You might be struggling to perform your normal routine, which includes driving the kids to work, running errands, concentrating and maintaining focus, and completing daily tasks.  The other party claims that it was an unintentional accident, meanwhile your injuries have worsened.

Guidelines to follow after a hit-and-run car accident

It is never a good idea to flee a car accident. If a driver intentionally leaves the scene of an accident, he or she has committed a hit-and-run accident. In California, if you have committed a hit-and-run accident, you will be on probation for three years, serving a sentence of six months and paying a fine of $1000.00. Examples of a hit-and-run accident include a car hitting an incoming vehicle and driving away or a driver hitting a pedestrian and leaving the scene. Another example is a driver hitting a parked car and failing to leave any contact information and purposely driving away from the parking lot.

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