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What Is Comparative Negligence in California?

Comparative negligence refers to the amount of fault assigned to everyone involved in an accident. California’s comparative negligence rule gives someone an opportunity to recover some percentage of damages from a crash, even if they were partially responsible for it. However, compensation is reduced in proportion to fault. Understanding California’s laws regarding fault as it […]

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The Importance of Filing an Injury Claim Even During a Pandemic

While the world struggles to deal with a once-in-a-generation pandemic, we’re constantly reminded of the fact that life goes on. Despite lockdowns and outbreaks, people still have bills to pay, work to do, and injuries to deal with. Unfortunately, accident-related medical bills won’t go away just because we’re in a pandemic, and the time in […]

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Buying a Safe Bicycle Helmet

Here’s a sobering concept: the bicycle helmet you’ve been wearing might not meet federal safety standards. You might assume, as many people do, that all bicycle helmets sold in the U.S. are required to meet the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) standards, but the reality isn’t as clear-cut. Technically, helmets are required to meet those […]

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California’s Bicycle Laws Explained

Understanding California’s bicycle laws is essential for every cyclist in our state. From helmet laws to bicycle lane laws, California is very specific about what’s expected of cyclists. To begin our comprehensive list of California’s bicycle laws, let’s start with the required equipment. Bicycle Helmet Laws in California Click Here To Read The Full Article

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