Do Breathalyzers Help Reduce Accidents?

It’s been said that over 74,000 car starts have been blocked by the use of ignition interlock devices. These devices won’t start the car if the driver blows into the device with alcohol on their breath. New studies, however, indicate that breathalyzers might not help to reduce accidents. The number of devices in use has… Read More »

Whiplash 101: Know the Facts

If you’re hurt in a motor vehicle accident in San Francisco, there’s a chance that this was caused by another person’s reckless behavior. There are many different kinds of injuries you might have to cope with after the crash and one of these is whiplash. Understanding how whiplash works makes you more likely to get… Read More »

Brain Development Plays Into Teen Crash Risk

Teen drivers are often at risk from the moment they clinch their driver’s license: with less experience on the road and a greater willingness to drive distracted, they could easily end up in a serious wreck. The development of the teen’s brain, however, has an important impact on crash likelihood, too. Younger drivers who have… Read More »

Who Is Most Likely to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim?

Every worker, even those in an office, have the potential to be affected by workers’ comp injuries. However, certain occupations have long been associated with a higher than usual injury or fatality risk. High-risk occupations make it all the more important for someone who is involved in these professions to wear appropriate safety gear, exercise… Read More »

Does Accident Fault Matter in California?

If you’re hurt in a serious accident, does it matter who caused it? This is a common issue for those who are trying to figure out how to move on with their lives after a serious car accident. While your own car insurance might pay for your property damage, what happens if you are unable… Read More »