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Most common car accident injuries

If you have recently been involved in a motor vehicle accident in California, you likely experienced an injury. Some types of damage are more obvious than others, but most people who are hit at high rates of speed while traveling in a car will sustain at least some level of injury, whether minor or severe. We at E and E Law Group can help you arrange the treatment you need and ensure that you get the compensation you deserve.

What are the child passenger laws for a motorcycle?

While most people in California know the laws that adults must follow when they are cruising through the streets on a motorcycle, the laws concerning child passengers are less well-known. Extra safety precautions have been put in place by lawmakers to protect young people in the event of a crash. The California Department of Motor Vehicles has detailed the laws and regulations that you need to follow if you are transporting children on your motorcycle.

What should be recorded on a trucking log

Large trucks are useful for hauling big loads from place to place, but they can also present serious risks for all drivers on the road. To reduce the danger, lawmakers in California have implemented guidelines that truck drivers are required to follow. One of those is the requirement to keep a logbook. This record ensures that drivers stay within the boundaries set by the government to reduce the risk of an accident.

What does standard of care have to do with your accident?

Proving that someone owes you compensation after a California car accident or other type of motor vehicle accident is not an easy task, no matter how strong your case may be. It can be difficult to distinguish between what was a simple human error and negligence, and in order to do so, your personal injury claim must present evidence that the party you believe to be at fault violated a certain standard of care.

Why new drivers should avoid cellphones

In many ways, cellphones have made driving easier in California. You no longer have to worry about finding your way when navigation is being constantly given. You can also find the nearest convenience store, gas station or fast food restaurant in an instant. While these are just a few of the many benefits for drivers, there has been one major drawback: distraction. This is especially true for drivers who are new to the roads. We at E and E Law Group have detailed how dangerous using this technology can be for your family members who have recently received a drivers’ license.

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