Imagine getting into a taxi and knowing exactly how many accidents the company has had and the number of staff members it employs. Maybe you want to know how often the vehicles are inspected or to make sure that no drivers have a spotty past.
When you think of driving when distracted, you probably assume a person is drowsy, eating or paying attention to a digital device. The last thing you assume could be a distraction is talking to someone in your vehicle, but it can be and is a distraction in many cases.
Victor Valley has seen a spike in major traffic accidents over just a few weeks, a trend that is frustrating to observe because of the many lives that have suffered or been ended. However, the trend is also difficult to understand from the standpoint that no direct contributing factors can readily identified.
Whenever a person dies in an accident, there is an justifiable desire on the part of family and loved ones to find someone to hold responsible. If a life was lost due to drowning, there are number of ways that a person or organization could be legally liable, depending on the circumstances.
With the holiday season in full swing, retailers are busier than ever. California residents who find themselves out and about, enjoying their holiday shopping, do not expect their trips to end having suffered personal injuries. Unfortunately, accidents can happen anywhere. If you, as a patron of a business, has suffered an injury on a company's property, you may have the right to pursue a premises liability claim in civil court in an effort to seek compensation for your losses.
The state laws that govern transportation are constantly being adjusted and updated to reflect growing understanding in safety and traffic issues.