The safest option when driving is to adhere as closely as possible to posted speed limits, yet some drivers still feel the need to speed at times. Perhaps a particular stretch of road entices them, or maybe the type of vehicle they are driving creates the urge to drive faster. However, California speed limits are posted for a reason, and sometimes drivers who ignore them cause car accidents. Unfortunately, this is what happened recently in Northridge.
The United States Bureau of Statistics has reported that approximately 15 million people in America are employed in positions that require working in shifts. Studies conducted across the world, including the United States, point to a number of risks attached to shift work. California employers may benefit from taking cognizance of such risks in order to avoid workers' compensation claims.
Have you suffered an injury while on the job? If so, according to the state of California, you may deserve access to workers' compensation benefits to cover your losses. Here are some things everyone needs to know about workers' compensation benefits.
Parents always want their children to make it home safely. Understandably, when teens start to drive, their parents worry that their inexperience behind the wheel could result in an accident. Unfortunately, car accidents often do take place while teenagers are driving, and the outcomes can be tragic.
It is a reality of life that the older one gets, the less steady one becomes. It is estimated that at least 25 percent of people over 65 years of age fall in a single year. While California may have fewer sidewalks made slippery by ice, there are many other hazards they still have to face.
A recent fatal accident in California just three days after Christmas once more illustrates the danger of a driver under the influence of any narcotic or intoxicating substance. Car accidents during the festive season are not uncommon and unfortunately often involve drugs and or alcohol. One cannot help feeling for the devastated families of the unfortunate victims.