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Tips to Get Your Car Fixed After an Accident

By Paul Kistler |

After a car crash, one of your main priorities will be to get your car fixed so that you can go back to your normal routine. Fixing your car after an accident can be a more complicated process than it may first appear, though. Continue reading for tips on how to get your car… Read More »

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What Should You Consider When Obtaining an Attorney for an Auto Accident Claim

By Paul Kistler |

If you’ve been hurt in an auto accident, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. You may be dealing with missing work, difficulties engaging in normal housekeeping and recreational activities, mounting medical bills, and recovering from serious injuries. Finding the right lawyer to pursue your injury claims can feel like yet another burden. Knowing what… Read More »

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What You Should Know About Dog Attacks in California

By Paul Kistler |

California sees more dog bite injury lawsuits than any other state in the country. While we certainly love our pets, it is important to keep other members of the public safe from our pets’ worst impulses. When a dog attacks another person, the dog’s owner may be liable for any damages caused. The rules… Read More »

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What are the Dangers of Drowsy Driving?

By Paul Kistler |

Drowsy driving is one of the leading causes of car accidents in California and across the country. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that as many as 100,000 car accidents are connected to drowsy driving every year. Hundreds of people are killed and thousands more injured across the country annually due to… Read More »

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What to Consider When Buying Auto Insurance

By Paul Kistler |

Buying car insurance can be a stressful process. Most people understand that the state requires a certain minimum amount of coverage, but beyond that, what is important? What is necessary? How can a driver get the coverage they need without being upsold by greedy insurance agents? Read on for important considerations when purchasing auto… Read More »

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How to Prevent Falling Asleep at the Wheel

By Paul Kistler |

Drowsy driving is a leading cause of car crashes across the United States. Studies have shown that going without sleep causes the same impairment to driving as drinking alcohol. Being awake for 18 hours is the same as driving with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of 0.05%, which is enough to be impaired. Being awake… Read More »

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Multiple Passengers Killed in Antelope Valley Crash

By Paul Kistler |

Two passengers were killed on a recent Sunday when a pickup truck lost control passing another vehicle on Highway 138. As this accident indicates, although the number of traffic crashes around the Los Angeles area dropped precipitously for much of 2020 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, those figures appear to be climbing… Read More »

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Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents

By Paul Kistler |

Motorcycles make up a disproportionate number of serious traffic injuries and fatalities. Motorcycle riders face unique dangers on the road, and they are more directly exposed to the hazards that all motorists face. Read on to learn about the common factors leading to motorcycle crashes, and call a seasoned Lancaster motorcycle accident lawyer if… Read More »

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What to do When Injured in Slip and Fall

By Paul Kistler |

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over a million Americans are injured in slip, trip, and fall accidents every year. Over 17,000 people across the country die each year from slip and fall injuries. What many of these people do not realize is that when a slip and fall… Read More »

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California Car Seat Laws in 2020

By Paul Kistler |

Every year, around 100,000 children under the age of 12 are injured in car accidents across the country. California has enacted strict regulations concerning the use of child automobile restraints to protect children from injury. The state is constantly updating those laws to account for new technology and updated knowledge on traffic safety. Learn… Read More »

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