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4 Tips When Driving a Car Into Mexico

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Whether the trip is for business or pleasure, traveling can be an exhilarating experience for those involved. Although road trips can be exciting, they can also pose certain risks depending on the locations through which you pass. Living in San … Continue reading

What Is Personal Injury Protection Coverage?

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After an accident, drivers rely on their insurance coverages to pay for damages associated with the collision. In some cases, the costs of an accident exceed the insurance cap set by a driver’s insurance carrier. After a driver reaches this … Continue reading

Applying for Disability After a Burn Injury

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Burn injuries are often catastrophic for survivors. They can cause permanent scarring, serious disfigurement, loss of limbs, and life-threatening infections. Life as a burn injury survivor can look significantly different from your life pre-accident. You may suffer from permanent disabilities … Continue reading

How Do Hit-and-Run Investigations Work in California?

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A hit-and-run accident is one in which the at-fault party flees the scene instead of remaining to offer assistance and exchange information, as California law requires. Taking off after an accident is a serious crime that can result in fines … Continue reading

Filing a Claim Against Amtrak After Injury

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The last thing you expect when you walk onto an Amtrak train is to suffer a serious injury in some kind of accident. Yet this is the reality for hundreds of passengers every year. In 2018, the Federal Railroad Administration … Continue reading

Is a Verbal Agreement Legally Binding in California?

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When you enter into a contract with someone, you and the other party both have a legal responsibility to uphold each side of the deal. In a written contract, the details and provisions of the agreement are set in stone … Continue reading

What Is California’s “Comparative Fault” Law?

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Comparative fault is a negligence rule that states both parties can share fault for a single accident, and the plaintiff can still receive compensation. States abide by pure contributory negligence or comparative fault laws in the U.S. Most states have … Continue reading

What Happens If You Hit a Car That Is Illegally Parked?

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Hitting another vehicle, no matter the circumstance, will constitute negligence if a reasonable and prudent driver would have been able to avoid the collision. If someone parked the vehicle you struck illegally, however, the other driver may at least share … Continue reading

California Abandoned Car Laws

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An abandoned car is one the owner has forsaken on public or private property for at least 72 hours. Abandoned cars are typically damaged, inoperative, or dismantled. The state of California has taken a stance against abandoned cars. It believes … Continue reading

Collision Repair Laws & Regulations 2019

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After a car accident in California, one of your main priorities is probably to repair damages to your motor vehicle. You might be using a rental car in the meantime to get to work while your car is in the … Continue reading

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