If you borrow a loved one's vehicle, you may think that their insurance will cover you and anything that you do wrong. You're probably right. Car insurance does not follow the driver in the United States. Instead, it follows the vehicle.
Injuries resulting from car crashes can be devastating, and they may cause lifelong symptoms for victims. Some people may lose limbs. Others may suffer traumatic brain injuries. The outcome of each accident is different and threatens the balance of the victims' lives.
California is a wonderful state with many great qualities. Unfortunately, there are also some bad things that happen here. While the days are warm, and activities are common, that also means that there are higher chances of being injured by drivers if you're a pedestrian in a roadway or parking lot.
Our firm recently published a SlideShare talking about how the value of a personal injury case is determined in California. Learn more here:
Distracted driving is a rampant problem nationwide, with cellphone use contributing to approximately 1 in 4 crashes, according to the National Safety Council. Despite ongoing public safety campaigns designed to curb the problem, however, 33 percent of Americans still report that they've engaged in texting while driving within the last month. Clearly, something's not working.
When you're out driving, the hazards in your vicinity aren't the only dangers that you need to avoid. Sometimes, the most dangerous roadway factors originate within your own vehicle. These common bad driving habits have the potential to put your life in jeopardy, so retrain your brain to avoid them at all costs.
These massive and deadly vehicles are commonplace on California highways. Learn more about how truck accidents happen and how to avoid them: