In California, many bikers can ride year-long. This provides valuable road experience and allows bikers to get a better feel for which issues are most common.
Cyclists face serious harm on the roads, even in places like Pasadena, where it's common to see them. A cyclist may be riding in a bike lane and suddenly end up in an accident with a vehicle that pushes too far over, or they could be hit when a vehicle turns right, and the driver doesn't look to see if anyone is in the lane next to them.
Right after a car crash, it may be challenging to figure out who caused it. You have to concentrate on getting to safety, trading information with the other driver and talking to the police. On top of all this, you may have an injury that needs urgent attention.
Discussion of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) tends to center on certain groups of people. For example, the risks that football players face have been a serious topic for years now. But the discussion of TBIs doesn’t focus as much on one specific group—senior citizens.
Most people drive a used car at some point in their lives. It could be that you got a cheap clunker for your first car as a teenager. Maybe you like to tinker with a fixer-upper. Or perhaps you simply wanted to save a little bit of money on your vehicle.
The trucking industry is a massive network of crisscross transportation demands that span the continental United States every day. The truckers who drive across the country are often faced with harsh scheduling requirements and poor working conditions. Unfortunately, many trucking accidents cause serious injury and death. The result is often due to truckers trying their best to serve the constant whip of demands coming from their employers.
Accidents can happen to anyone, anywhere. That's why officers in California have become focused on helping one group of people: motorcyclists in California.
Life is certainly unpredictable, and no one plans on incurring an injury. People who have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) must recalibrate their lives and careers. In many cases, people with a TBI can’t resume their jobs.