Are You Driving One of the Deadliest Cars in the US?

Most people take at least a quick look at a car’s safety rating before making a purchase. Deciding what to buy could have a big impact on how you get through a crash, and one recent study explored accidents involving those cars made between 2013 and 2017 model years using the U.S. Fatality Analysis Reporting… Read More »

How Much Does Rain Increase the Chance of A Car Accident?

Inclement weather can occur at any point in time throughout the San Francisco area, and being caught in a rainstorm could even put you at risk for a life changing accident. According to recently released research, even light rain could increase your chance of a fatal vehicle accident. The study released by the Bulletin of… Read More »

Do More Accidents Happen Around Spring Break?

The spring break season is now behind us, but for some, that only means recovery from serious accidents. Spring break is a popular time for teens and college students to fly out to California and other warm destinations. It’s often a good chance for them to get away from school and rejuvenate. But Americans should… Read More »

Could Recruiting Female Truck Drivers Drop Trucker Fatalities?

Have you already been in a serious trucking accident? Determining liability in a trucking accident is one of the most important stages of the case, and it should be carried out quickly. New research from the American Transportation Research Institute found that recruiting female heavy-duty truck drivers could reduce the record number of truckers who… Read More »

Fatal Two Car Crashes Connected to Use of Opioids

The opioid crisis has hit the United States hard, and California is no exception. In addition to the devastating consequences that are associated with addiction and overdosing, opioids have negative impact on fatal two-car vehicle accidents as well. A recent study published in the JAMA Network Open found that in fatal two-car crashes, drivers who… Read More »

Hit and Runs on the Rise: What Should You Do?

A hit and run accident can wreak havoc on a company. Nationally, hit and run crashes have achieved all-time high records. In 2016, for example, according to the NHTSA, over 2,000 people were killed in accidents in which the person who caused the wreck fled the scene. Lower gas prices and an improving economy have… Read More »

Several California Cities Named in New Accident-Prone Study

Driving on the busy roads of San Francisco can make it seem as though you’re always at risk for being hurt in an accident, especially when you see people going at excessive speeds. But two different California cities made it on the top five list for those nationwide most prone to car crashes. The study,… Read More »