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Watch Out for Drunk Drivers Around St. Patrick’s Day

Drunk Drivers

Parades, street parties, green clothing, and lots of beer are the hallmark signs of St. Patrick’s Day. Unfortunately, where there are parties, there are often drunk drivers too. Education and awareness campaigns have reduced drunk driving accidents by a third over the last decade, yet 10,000 Americans die in drunk driving accidents each year. What is the Problem with Driving Drunk? When someone drives under the influence of alcohol (or marijuana), the driver’s reflexes are significantly slower than normal. ThisRead More …

Commercial Truck Accidents in California – Full Guideline 2021

an image of a semi truck like those used for commercial transportation

Commercial Truck Accidents, including semi-trucks and tractor-trailers, are vital to interstate and intrastate commerce and are essential to the economy. While they are responsible for transporting goods within the state and the country, they can be extremely dangerous while traveling on the road with smaller vehicles. In California, there were 6,897 injury-causing truck accidents and 327 fatal truck accidents in 2017. In that same year, there were 1,964 fatal or injury-causing accidents in Los Angeles County alone. Making it oneRead More …