Should I Post to Social Media About My Car Accident?
Social media is great for keeping in touch with family and friends and staying in-the-know about the latest news. Social media platforms can become a problem, however, during a car accident claim – especially if you post the wrong things. Your social media accounts are fair game for an insurance company or private investigator during… read moreRead More
5 Common Injuries of House Decorating
Decorating your home can mark the start of the holidays for your family. If you are not careful, however, decorating could also cause serious injuries to you or your holiday guests. Each year, an average of 15,000 house decorating injuries occur during November and December, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Before you choose… read moreRead More
Information Regarding the Kincade Fire
The Kincade Fire was the largest wildfire of the 2019 California wildfire season, burning nearly 78,000 acres in Sonoma County in nearly two weeks. Although the cause of the fire is still currently under investigation, the scope of the fire and its impact on the residents cannot be ignored. Details About the Kincade Fire The… read moreRead More
What to Do If You Witnessed a Hit-and-Run
Hit-and-run accidents are crimes that occur often in Northern California. Every year, hundreds of drivers cause car accidents and flee the scenes without fulfilling their legal obligations. Hit-and-run accidents can cost victims their lives or cause serious personal injuries or property damage. If you witness a hit-and-run in Sacramento, you could be in a position… read moreRead More
Worst Time to Travel During Thanksgiving
The winter holidays are the year’s travel peaks. Every year, millions of people travel to make it to their holiday destinations. Unfortunately, this influx of travelers can make for busy roads and a much higher risk of accidents. The nature of the holidays, including Thanksgiving, can also result in more drunk and drowsy drivers on… read moreRead More
4 Emergency Evacuation Tips for a Wildfire
As a resident of California, emergency wildfire preparedness should be high on your list of priorities. From January 1st to November 17th, 2019, 5,458 wildfires erupted in California, burning across 128,301 acres. Wildfires in California have taken hundreds of lives, with the state’s deadliest fire occurring recently; the Camp Fire in 2018 caused 85 deaths…. read moreRead More
Guide to Halloween Pedestrian Safety 2019
Holidays such as Halloween come with an increased risk of traffic accidents. Drunk, distracted and reckless drivers endanger the lives of pedestrians, bicyclists and other motorists. Whether you plan on driving on Halloween night or taking the kids trick-or-treating, learn a few safety tips for pedestrians. Your awareness of pedestrian safety this Halloween could save… read moreRead More
Do Punitive Damages Apply to Personal Injury?
The goal of a personal injury lawsuit is mainly to reimburse a victim for the damages he or she suffered due to the negligence of another party. The civil justice system is primarily to help the victim, not to punish the defendant. In some cases, however, a judge may deem it necessary to penalize the… read moreRead More
5 Things You Should Avoid Doing After an Accident
California has some of the busiest roads and highways in the country. Aggressive, negligent, distracted and reckless drivers put Californians at risk of auto accidents every day. If you get into a car accident, it is important to know what to do and what not to do. Taking an incorrect action could hurt your injury… read moreRead More
What Are the Causes of Wildfires in CA?
Wildfires are a terrifying reality for anyone living in California. Every year, wildfires destroy properties and take lives in the Golden State. In 2018, California experienced the most destructive wildfire season on record: 7,500 fires, 1.7 million acres burned, 93 lives lost and 23,314 structures destroyed. Humans are to blame for some of the worst… read moreRead More