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Your preparation and vigilance can prevent a motorcycle crash

You have just bought your dream motorcycle and have been making a list of places that you want to adventure to in California. The anticipation of owning your own motorcycle and exploring the country in the open air is quite thrilling but can quickly turn life-threatening if you do not take the right precautions. At E&E Law Group, we understand the risks that motorcyclists face and have helped many victims of accidents involving motorcycles. 

A closer look at how fault is determined in a car accident

For occupants of vehicles involved in a car accident, the process of how everything unfolded often seems quite clear. Often, many people feel that they were justified and the other vehicles involved were the ones to blame. While some accidents are clear, cut and dry, others require extensive reconstruction to determine who was indeed at fault. While the process varies from accident to accident, fault in most California car accidents is determined largely the same way. 

Children often suffer psychological trauma after a car accident

A car accident can be traumatic for anyone in California, but children may be even more susceptible to trauma from a crash than their parents. According to Psych Central, there are some specific behaviors different age groups may develop in response to this trauma.

Tesla seeks to eliminate deadly trucker errors with electric semi

The deadly nature of large truck crashes in California has safety experts, lawmakers and innovators constantly looking for ways to make the roadways safer from the hazards inherent in these vehicles. According to Ars Technica, Tesla may be able to eliminate many of the most common threats to safety with its electric semitruck. 

Avoidance tactics better than laying a motorcycle down

One of the biggest threats to motorcyclists in California comes when vehicles turn left in front of them. In this situation, many riders believe the best maneuver is laying the motorcycle down. According to RideApart.com, this obstacle avoidance tactic is often used by those who do not fully understand how effective their braking systems will perform in this situation.

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