Posts Tagged 'Berg Injury Lawyers'



Is Eating While Driving Considered Distracted Driving?

Distracted driving is a leading cause of car crashes in the United States and in California. There are an average of almost 3,500 motor vehicle deaths in the Golden State every year. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 15% of injuries and 9% of fatal crashes involved distracted driving in 2019. If […]

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What Causes Jackknife Truck Accidents?

Jackknifing is a common type of trucking accident where the trailer of an articulated vehicle, such as a semi-truck, skids and spins toward the front. The trailer slides and pivots sharply, essentially folding over the vehicle. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, California ranks second in the nation for fatal truck accidents. Commercial […]

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What Are Hedonic Damages—and Should You Include Them in Your Injury Claim?

Severe injuries lead to steep medical bills, lost wages from missing work, and significant pain and suffering. Part of the suffering associated with severe injuries is losing the ability to partake in life’s many joys. In the courts, hedonic damages are the name for an individual’s loss of enjoyment of life. In California, hedonic damages […]

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Will New Traffic Sensors in Sacramento Actually Save Lives?

Like any city, Sacramento has roads that are more treacherous than others. A one-mile stretch of El Camino Avenue saw 143 crashes over a seven-year period. This is part of the reason why the Sacramento Department of Transportation is installing dilemma zone detection sensors. These sensors help drivers make safer driving decisions when approaching an […]

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Can a Car Accident Cause a Stroke?

Most people associate car accidents with common injuries, such as broken bones, whiplash injuries, and bruising. However, strokes can also happen during a car crash.  If you suffered a stroke because of a car accident, our California car accident lawyers can evaluate your case and help you file a compensation claim.  What Are the Causes […]

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Why Is Making a Left Turn So Deadly in San Francisco?

There are few driving situations as complicated as a left turn, especially an unprotected left turn. Drivers need to make sure they have enough time to turn before oncoming traffic arrives, deal with honking cars behind them, be aware of civilians and bikes on crosswalks, and execute a safe left turn. The complications of a […]

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