A car accident is a traumatic event that can send you into a state of confusion and/or anger. When you are confused and/or angry, then you may do things that you wouldn't normally do when you are calm and prepared. As a result, angry drivers that have just been involved in an accident can make rash decisions such as fleeing the scene or getting so upset with other people involved in the crash that a confrontation occurs.
A 53-year old man from Hesperia lost control of his vehicle and crashed into the back of a Range Rover on the 15 Freeway in Victorville the other day. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Being in an automobile accident is a traumatic experience for anyone. Taking the proper steps is important.
This week there was news of a tragic accident involving a young boy and a Metrolink train in Riverside.
In any setting throughout our lives, we are expected to act with a certain level of caution and care for the safety of others.
Motor vehicle accidents account for approximately 17 percent of all traumatic brain injuries in the United States.
A 28-year old motorcyclist, Christopher Cruz, is charged with pulling in front of an SUV, slowing down, and causing a bloody encounter in New York City recently.
Driving in California can be dangerous even under the best of conditions. The law requires you to remain alert; however, many motorists are too sleepy or fatigued to operate their vehicles safely.
Have you been involved in an automobile accident? Has the other person's insurance company tried to resolve the claim with you?
Have you recently seen a teenager without a cell phone in their hands? These days, a teen can usually be found either texting or talking. They usually appear to be distracted from what's going on around them.