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CALIFORNIA’S GROWING EPIDEMIC: PERSONAL INJURIES & ACCIDENTS RESULTING FROM DISTRACTED DRIVING & CELL PHONES In the last few years, a new epidemic has claimed thousands of lives in the the United States. Whether you call it distracted driving, texting and driving, using your cell phone and driving, it is illegal in California to use a… Read More »

Oceanside Personal Injury Lawyer | 5 Tips to Avoid a Motorcycle Accident

Oceanside Personal Injury Lawyer | 5 Tips to avoiding a Motorcycle Accident Working as Oceanside personal injury lawyers, we know how important it is for motorcyclists to be safe on the road.  Our office has many friends who have been involved in motorcycle accidents in Oceanside and Southern California.  For most riders, it is not… Read More »

What happens if you get hit by a driver who does not have insurance?

It is estimated that approximately 20% of drivers in California DO NOT HAVE INSURANCE!!!  This begs the question, what happens if I get in a car accident with an uninsured driver? If someone causes a car accident they are legally responsible for the damages they have caused.  Damages according to California law include property damage… Read More »

Fact or Fiction: Pedestrians Always Have the Right of Way

PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT LAWYER Pedestrian safety is a serious issue.  According to the California Driver Handbook, a pedestrian is a person on foot or who uses a conveyance such as skates, skateboard, et., other than a bicycle.  Pedestrian deaths occur in 17 percent of all traffic fatalities!  Considering how dangerous and deadly pedestrian accidents can be,… Read More »

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