Pulling up to an intersection where the lights are flashing or blinking is a recognizable but not-so-frequent scenario for many drivers. A flashing red light operates the same way as a stop sign – your vehicle must come to a complete stop in the intersection and you must yield to traffic and pedestrians, only proceeding when the way is clear.
More than a dozen people were injured in a crash on Friday, June 3rd when a Greyhound bus traveling from Los Angeles to Phoenix blew a tire on the 10 Freeway in the Cabazon/Banning area. The crash happened on eastbound lanes shortly before 11 a.m.
If you or a loved one has suffered injuries resulting from a car accident or some other California accident, you likely know the stress and confusion that comes with dealing with insurance companies and their representatives.
When filing a personal injury claim following an accident, there are many legal requirements to be considered to collect the maximum compensation for your injuries and losses related to the accident. Therefore, accident victims must understand all of their legal options and the ramifications of signing an injury release form or any other related documents.
Gym facilities, health studios, and fitness centers offer a safe and comfortable environment for many people to work out and train. Many individuals in Southern California go to a gym several times a week, or even daily. While most of these experiences are positive, injuries at gyms are unfortunately common.
One question that potential clients frequently ask in an California personal injury consultation is “Do I have a case if my airbags didn’t deploy during a car accident?” Almost all vehicles on the road have airbags, but airbags don’t always deploy or activate in a collision when they should. This scenario is surprisingly common.