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Financial Compensation for New Year’s Drunk Driving Accidents

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Given the celebratory atmosphere, New Year’s is perhaps the worst holiday for drunk driving on the calendar. Unfortunately, many people feel the need to get behind the wheel, even after they have had too much to drink. The result is that everyone else around them on the road is in increased danger.  For New Year’s 2020, police in California were very busy arresting drunk drivers. They made nearly 500 arrests in a 30-hour span. This amounted to one DUI arrestRead More …

Have You Been Involved in a Hit and Run Car Accident?

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A hit and run car accident takes place when someone leaves the scene of an accident or otherwise declines to identify himself to other parties involved and damages property or injures another person. Even a minor fender bender or accident caused by another driver without a collision will be considered a hit and run if the driver leaves the scene.  Steps to Take if You are Involved in a Hit and Run Car Accident Before doing anything else, you shouldRead More …

Texting Is the Deadliest Distraction

Most of us lead very busy lives, and we’re happy for the odd distraction or two. Once behind the wheel of a car, however, distractions can become deadly, and texting (and other text-based activities with one’s smartphone) is the most dangerous distraction of them all. If a distracted driver leaves you or someone you care about injured in a car accident, consult with an experienced Los Angeles personal injury attorney regarding how best to proceed. Distracted Driving Defined The CentersRead More …