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Why is it important to maintain a safe following distance?

You are driving on one of California's busiest thoroughfares when the driver in front of you slams on their brakes in an effort to avoid colliding with slowing traffic ahead. A surge of panic causes you to react the same way and after a quick glance to your right you are relieved to see a place where you can swerve out of the way. You take a deep breath and continue driving, but a bit more cautiously this time. It is these kinds of situations that illustrate why it is so important for you to maintain a safe following distance behind the car in front of you. 

2 arrested in California after DUI, try to outsmart authorities

Many people underestimate the danger of getting behind the wheel after having had a few drinks. In fact, there are stories almost weekly in California about folks who have been charged with causing violent car accidents because they were impaired due to having been under the influence of something. The truth is, even after a subtle amount of alcohol, a person's ability to comprehend their surroundings and make responsible decisions is marred exponentially. 

How common are accidents involving large trucks?

Accidents involving large trucks and passenger vehicles happen regularly on California roadways. When such accidents occur, they are usually worse on the smaller vehicle and its occupants. While you have no choice but to share the road with larger vehicles, it can help to gain an understanding about the type of accidents that happen and how often they occur.

What are some field sobriety tests?

The cause of many car accidents in California is a drunk driver. When a person is drunk, they have slower reflexes, trouble concentrating and generally are not fit to be behind the wheel of a motor vehicle. While law enforcement works hard to keep drunk drivers off the road, they cannot catch every single one. However, when an officer pulls you over under the suspicion that you are driving drunk, he or she may perform some field sobriety tests, which AAA explains are tests that help them identify signs of intoxication.

Facilitating your recover from a head injury

If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident or have been the victim of a car accident in California, you may have suffered a head injury that has recently left you learning to cope with challenging symptoms. At E&E Law Group, we have helped many people who have endured a traumatic brain injury to work towards getting compensation for their injury.

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