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Category Archives: Car Accident

How Do I Look Up an Accident Report in California?

Car accidents happen every day throughout California. While some of these incidents are quickly and easily resolved by the parties involved, this is typically only possible for very minor accidents that cause minimal damage. When it comes to more severe accidents, the police…

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Why is speeding so dangerous?

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Posted speed limits exist for a reason on California roads. When a car travels too fast, the chances of accidents increase. Even though many drivers know about the dangers, they may still travel a great many miles per hour above the speed limit.…

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Most common culprits of motorcycle accidents

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

California residents who drive motorcycles typically try to ride cautiously and look out for obstacles. Unfortunately, there are many different reasons why motorcycle accidents happen. Blind spot collisions Car collisions that involve a motorcycle commonly happen because the motorcycle is in the vehicle driver’s…

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How safety technology in cars is causing more accidents

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

As you drive in California, it’s imperative to stay safe behind the wheel. Considering that, many automobile manufacturers include a range of safety tech in their vehicles. Unfortunately, these types of safety-related technology aren’t making roads as safe as you think. Here’s a…

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Important steps to take after a truck crash

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

If your vehicle is struck by a large truck while driving on a California highway, it is important to stop, call for help and exchange information with the truck’s driver. Furthermore, you should seek treatment even if you feel fine immediately after the…

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Back injuries from a car accident

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Over 4.5 million people across the U.S. are involved in car accidents every year, and it’s not unusual for many of them to suffer back injuries. It can be good to know the different types of back injuries, though, especially if you were…

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What not to do after being involved in an auto accident

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

It’s safe to say that being involved in a motor vehicle accident can be a frightening experience. Motorists of California, which is notorious for high levels of traffic, may be more likely to get in a car crash. Understanding what not to do…

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NSC report estimates 2% decline in traffic deaths in 2019

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

In 2017, there were 40,231 car crash fatalities in California and throughout the U.S. The number went down 2% to 39,404 in 2018, and now the National Safety Council has attested to another 2% decline in 2019: An estimated 38,800 people may have…

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Pedestrian fatalities increase over the decade

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Pedestrian deaths have been on the rise in the United States. California, together with four other states that make up 33% of the population, accounts for nearly half of all pedestrian deaths in the U.S. Changes in other motor vehicle accident data According…

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Drowsy driving, and why it is so dangerous

On Behalf of Rush Injury Law

Plenty of drivers in California head out on the road while in a drowsy state of mind, yet few are aware of the dangers. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety estimates that there are 328,000 car crashes every year that are caused by…

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