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How to maneuver safely in construction zones

In some states, summertime means construction time. However, in California there may be work zones all year around. In populated areas of the state, this can be an irritation as well as a source of more accidents. Because of the risks these zones present, it is important that drivers remain alert and aware and take precautions to make sure they, and others, are safe on the road.

Here is how your insurance can be affected after an accident

When California drivers get into an accident, car repairs and medical bills are not their only concerns. They also worry about their car insurance premiums and how much their rates will increase. According to CBS News, after a car accident, drivers could face higher premiums for years to come.

Social media addiction and distracted driving

There are many different types of distractions that can increase the chances of a motor vehicle collision, such as trying to use a GPS and less common distractions that pose similar risks. However, smartphones have become an incredibly common source of distracted driving, and many people are unable to put their phones down for lengthy periods of time due to an addiction to social media. There are various social media platforms, and some of them can be highly addictive. Unfortunately, some drivers are unable to focus on the road because they try to use social media platforms while behind the wheel.

Auto accidents and pregnancy

Motor vehicle collisions can be very traumatic for anyone, regardless of the details surrounding their personal lives. For some people, such as pregnant women, motor vehicle collisions can be especially concerning. For example, a pregnant woman who is injured in a collision may have an especially hard time recovering from the crash, and they may even have a miscarriage as a result of the accident, which can make the emotional toll of a collision particularly painful. Our law office understands these hardships and we believe that victims and their loved ones should not hesitate to hold reckless drivers responsible for their actions by taking legal action when necessary.

How can I help my teen be a better driver?

Teen drivers lack the experience of their adult counterparts. As a result, they're more likely to be involved in car accidents, which can have devastating results for all involved. That's why it's up to parents to ensure their young drivers have the skills they need when getting behind the wheel. In this case, KidsHealth.org offers the following tips to parents to help their kids stay safe behind the wheel. 

The link between allergy season and car crashes

Motor vehicle wrecks have many causes, but some are not mentioned or widely recognized as much as others. For example, people may pay less attention to the likelihood of seasonal allergies causing an accident, while they are well aware that driving under the influence is dangerous and could lead to a fatal collision. During the spring, many allergy sufferers have a difficult time, and the symptoms they experience can disrupt their lives in all sorts of ways. Unfortunately, allergies may make them more likely to cause an accident for a number of reasons.

What are some common head injuries among young crash victims?

Young children who are involved in car crashes sustain many different types of injuries, but head injuries are especially common. Sadly, head injuries can haunt a child for the rest of their life, and they can create a number of challenges for children. For example, children may suffer due to the emotional consequences of a head injury, becoming depressed or struggling with anger. Or, they may have problems in school and difficulty remembering things. It is important for parents to understand the risks their kids face in the event an accident takes place.

How many fatal accidents involve young pedestrians?

Far too many kids have passed away in traffic collisions, and when these lives are cut short the challenges that arise may be devastating for their entire family. If you are a parent, it is pivotal to do all you can to keep your child safe whenever they are on the road or near traffic, and this includes ensuring that they understand how to avoid an accident while walking alongside the road or attempting to cross the street.

Automatic transmission and distracted driving

Some drivers prefer to operate vehicles with manual transmission, while others may opt for a car with automatic transmission. People may prefer to drive a stick shift because it allows them to control the vehicle better, while some drivers may be unfamiliar with operating these types of vehicles and decide to stick with automatic transmission. Unfortunately, automatic transmission can, in some instances, increase the chances of a driver becoming distracted on the road.

Recovering from your first auto accident

Motor vehicle collisions can be terrifying, even when nobody is injured in the collision. Even minor auto accidents can result in insurance issues, stress and property damage. Someone who is hit by another driver may have mental trauma following the crash, and they could be hesitant to get behind the wheel in the future. It can be startling to be struck by another vehicle, whether a driver pulls out suddenly or rear-ends a vehicle. Of course, auto accidents can also leave victims with a wide range of injuries that disrupt their life in an assortment of ways. For someone who has never been in a traffic crash before, these challenges can be especially tough.

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