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Senior drivers may need to take extra precautions

In some communities in the United States, public transportation and pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods make owning a vehicle less important. However, for many in California, a driver's license and vehicle are key to freedom and independence. Surrendering these when health conditions become troublesome may be difficult for some seniors, but in some cases, the decision can be put off a few more years.

Delayed symptoms after a car accident

It is very common for people to not feel injuries immediately after a car accident. Many people in California do not feel the total effects of a crash until the days after. Such delayed symptoms could spell trouble for any insurance claims if a person jumps too soon to accept a settlement or agree to not get insurance companies involved.

The financial cost of a car accident

Car accidents in California can stress your emotions and your health, but they can also weigh heavily on your pocketbook. Understanding the extent of financial damage that a car accident can cause might help you determine exactly how much you need to be fully-compensated. We at E and E Law Group can fight to ensure that you receive everything you deserve as you recover physically, mentally, emotionally and financially from a car accident.

Do video games affect teen driving?

You want your teen to be a good driver on the California roadways, and there are definitely ways you can encourage good habits and help him or her develop driving skills. According to Geico.com, some studies say that one way you can help your young driver avoid a traffic crash is to turn off the video games.

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.

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.

What is California’s new interlock ignition law?

Lawmakers in California are attempting to make the roads a safer place by reducing the number of car accidents caused by drunk drivers. According to Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, a new law will take effect on January 1, 2019. This law will offer new guidelines on the use of ignition interlocks in hopes that fewer intoxicated drivers will be allowed on the state’s roads.

Do bicycles belong on the roads?

Whether you are cruising along a quiet country lane or speeding through congested highways, there are always several dangers for drivers on California roads. One of the deadliest of these can be bicycles. While vehicle drivers are not usually injured in an accident with a bicycle, the lack of protection on a cyclist can be fatal, leaving many to wonder if sharing the roads is the best option for those on two wheels.

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