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.
If you are in a car accident, does your choice in where you sit in a car really make a difference? Are you safer sitting in the front seat, or the back seat? The answer will depend on where the impact is (head-on collision, rear-end collision, side-impact, rollover, etc.), as well as the safety features available in the vehicle. In this blog post, we will explore this question and discuss things that you can do to stay safe in a car.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has dispatched a special crash investigation team to probe the possibility that a Tesla involved in a Newport Beach crash that killed three people this month was operating on a partially automated driving system.
The 4th of July holiday is a much anticipated time of celebration—perhaps, even more, this year as we are in the tail-end of the COVID-19 pandemic. This Independence Day will be one of the first celebrations, for many people, since social distancing and face mask mandates have been lifted. As the pandemic restrictions are winding down, more people will likely be on the road this weekend, and—unfortunately—a higher number of people will be on the road after consuming alcohol.