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California Lane Splitting Causes Serious Motorcycle Accidents

California is unique for many reasons. One of those ways of particular interest to motorcycle riders involves statutory provisions on lane-splitting. This practice is allowed in no other state. Lane-splitting allows riders to pass through areas of heavy traffic by riding in between lanes of slowed or stopped vehicles. While the practice is convenient for...

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"Do Not Disturb" Features are Not Enough to Protect you From Liability in a California Car Accident

The increased prevalence of smart phones and in-vehicle technology over the past decade has created complicated legal issues in determining whether a driver was negligent in causing a car accident. While some of the existing statutes can be applied to this issue, it continues to be a dynamic, developing area of law. California Distracted Driving...

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San Fernando Valley Car Accident Risk Increases With Older Model Vehicles

Vintage cars may be widely-admired, but we all know well they can't keep pace with the crashworthiness of modern vehicles. But what many drivers don't realize is that vehicles from even 10-to-20 years ago fail spectacularly when it comes to the car accident standards of current models. This point was underscored in a recent test conducted by the...

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Los Angeles Drivers Most Distracted by their Smartphones, According to Study

Distracted driving discussions tend to refer to motorists who play on their phone, make work calls and fiddle with the radio as "the other." However, new findings from data analytics firm Zendrive reveals most people behind the wheel divide their attention. In one of the largest recent distracted driving studies, researchers dove into information gleaned from 3...

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Can Self-Balancing Technology Help Prevent Motorcycle Accidents?

Vehicle technology has advanced in recent years, and many safety experts hope as technologies increasingly automate the driving process, accident rates will decline significantly. After all, most collisions are caused by some type of human error. If human decision making is all-but-eliminated from the driving process, the theory is self-driving vehicles will glide seamlessly along...

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Can V2V technology eliminate car accidents forever?

Car accidents remain one of the leading causes of injuries and death in California and across the country. But what if they ceased completely? What if cars avoided collisions altogether? Sound far fetched? It's not as crazy as you think. Advancements in technology could make this possible within the next few years. But if you...

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