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Car Accidents Archives

DUI car accidents kill -- California accident one more example

While everything possible is done to deter people from driving while under the influence, there always seem to be those who still believe nothing will go wrong. A tragic accident on a recent Friday night clearly illustrates the horrific consequences of DUI car accidents. The accident led to the death of four innocent people, while another was seriously injured.

Bicycle and auto accidents: California boy suffers consequences

A recent accident in California involving two cyclists and a pickup truck clearly illustrates the vulnerability of cyclists on roads in the Unites States. The accident happened on a Tuesday evening in July at approximately 8:45 p.m. A 16-year-old boy and his father were cycling in a suburban area at the time of the accident. Auto accidents involving bicyclists have the potential to cause serious injury to the less-protected bicycle riders, as made evident in this case.

Car accidents: Crash claims the life of pregnant woman and baby

A crash that took place on Mother's Day claimed the life of a pregnant woman and her unborn child. The cause of the wreck was determined to be a drunk driver who has been charged with eight felony counts, including both gross vehicular homicide while intoxicated and murder. The man called for a Lyft driver to take him to a bar after the crash. Car accidents such as this claim the lives of hundreds of California residents each year.

California auto accidents: Second deputy killed

For the second time in just a few short months, a California sheriff's department has lost a deputy. The second fatality due to auto accidents has claimed another long-time employee for the department. The man was killed after his vehicle was hit from behind by a transport bus carrying a group of Tesla employees.

Wrong-way car accidents: 2 dead, 1 injured in California

Two people were killed and another was injured after a driver was speeding along the wrong side of the road. The collision occurred around 8:20 on a Monday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol. The driver who allegedly caused the crash was said to have been traveling at speeds up to 100 mph. He was on the wrong side of the road and driving around blind curves, which is regrettably common in wrong-way car accidents.

Traffic deaths continue to rise for second straight year

Car accidents remain a substantial cause of most injuries and fatalities in the United States. Luckily, car collision rates have trended down for the past half century or so. But, a recent uptick has safety experts, and government officials worried. The two-year spike is unprecedented, and researchers are scrambling to identify the factors behind the rise.

Uber autonomous car rollout experiences legal and technical glitches in California

It is incredible how quickly a company can fall from the good graces of the public and government. Earlier this year, Uber was a technological darling with the rollout of its autonomous car program in Pittsburgh. It was touted as the future of driving as the downtown was crisscrossed with self-driven cars. In furtherance of those goals, Uber began rolling out its technology to California, specifically, in San Francisco. Unfortunately, it isn?t going as planned.

1 dead, 26 injured in California car accidents with bus

In the state of California, and in other U.S. states, a person has a right to file a wrongful death civil claim if they have lost a loved one to a car accident caused by another's negligence. If their loved one has suffered injuries because of a negligent driver, the injured person can file a personal injury claim. If a company-owned vehicle is at fault in car accidents, one can file claims against both the driver and the company for which he or she drives. A recent California accident is an example of all three.

Uber autonomous car rollout experiences legal/technical glitches

It is incredible how quickly a company can fall from the good graces of the public and government. Earlier this year, Uber was a technological darling with the rollout of its autonomous car program in Pittsburgh. It was touted as the future of driving as the downtown was crisscrossed with self-driven cars. In furtherance of those goals, Uber began rolling out its technology to California, specifically, in San Francisco. Unfortunately, it isn't going as planned.

Rollover accidents: a review of SUV safety ratings

Every year, the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS<), releases a new set of safety standard reviews of SUV rollover safety. The rollover safety rating of a vehicle is measured by two tests, first the likelihood of the car rolling over and second, the danger of the rollover itself. This post will address the second test, which is the one promulgated by IIHS.

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