Encino Personal Injury Blog
Los Angeles is a city of dreamers. People travel here from all walks of life to pursue their dreams, and ultimately settle down. With thousands of people escaping to LA every year to enjoy the sunny weather and run into their favorite celebs, our city has become – to put it lightly – crowded. As a result, we spend much of our beautiful day sitting in traffic.
Driving is a necessary thing we do on a daily basis, especially in Los Angeles. When you hop in your car to go to work or run an errand you don’t anticipate a car accident, or even fear it as you are driving. But, we are often multitasking and distracted in our fast-paced lifestyles. For many of us, this multitasking has become second nature, so we think it’s harmless to read or send a text message while driving.
Halloween is many people’s favorite holiday, especially in LA: a chance to dress up, be silly, and get a bunch of candy for our efforts. And while the weather here in California is perfect for evening trick-or-treating, it is important for kids (and their parents) to stay safe while patrolling the neighborhood for ghoulish treats.
With so much commercial traffic moving through LA on its way north and south, occasional accidents are just a fact of life.
But hazardous chemicals and dangerous cargo can make a minor semi-truck accident far more dangerous.
When someone is injured from falling down a staircase, our team of Los Angeles personal injury attorneys will determine who is at fault for the stair fall. This is done by first determining if the staircase or stairwell was constructed or maintained in a way that made the stairs unsafe.
A quick Internet search for “hit and run accident” will result in an abundance of these car calamities that occurred across the country in the last 24 hours—many of them with tragic, fatal results. Hit-and-runs are on the rise in America, and Los Angeles is their capitol.
It’s no secret to anyone that Los Angeles has a traffic problem—but the danger isn’t just on our freeways.
According to the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration, there are 2.5 million intersection accidents annually. This is the second largest category of crashes, exceeded only by rear-end collisions…many of which also occur at intersections. As many as half of all serious collisions and 20% of all fatal collisions occur at intersections. Did you know you were in that kind of danger while driving to work or taking a quick walk?
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