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How Do I Prove The Other Driver is at Fault?

When you’re involved with a car accident, it can be a traumatic experience. The car accident could cause damage to you and your automobile. When insurance companies get involved, they want to have evidence that one party was negligent in the accident. In a automobile accident that involves a lawsuit, it’s essential that you have collected the proper evidence to use in the case. Documenting all aspect of the car accident is a vital part of receiving compensation for your damages from another motorist who was at fault for the accident. Tips For Proving Fault in Court Here are some key tips for helping prove the other driver was at fault during a car accident. Police Reports. It’s important that you wait for the police to arrive after a car accident. The police official will determine what the cause of the accident. The police also will include in the report…
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The 100 Deadliest Days Are Here – Keep Your Teen Driver Safe

The period between Labor Day and Memorial Day is known as the “100 Deadliest Days” for teen drivers. This is because there are more teens on the road during the summer while school is out, and teens are more likely to engage in behaviors that can contribute to car accidents. Did you know that teenagers are nearly three times as likely to die in car accidents compared to adults? That conclusions comes from a study by AAA’s Foundation for Traffic Safety, which made that determination using data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). According to the study: Compared to drivers 18 and up, drivers 16 and 17 are 3.9 times more likely to be involved in an accident Compared to drivers 18 and up, drivers 16 and 17 are 2.6 times more likely to die in a car accident Compared to drivers 30 to 59, drivers 16 and…
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Was My Bicycle Accident My Fault?

A bicycle accident can very often result in serious injuries, most commonly for the riders. That’s why it is imperative that both the cyclist and the drivers do their best to ensure the safety of everyone on the road. In the past, we’ve discussed the possible outcomes if you are in a bicycle accident caused by a motorist, but today we’ll discuss different scenarios in which you may think that you were the cause of a car accident or damages. What If I Crash My Bike into a Parked Car? Crashing your bike into a parked car is usually pretty simple. A legally parked car means the owner cannot be held liable for damages due to the crash. However, what if the car is parked illegally? In a bike lane, for example? California law is a little confusing on matters of parking in a bike lane. One statute says that…
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