Blog Posts in November, 2015

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  • FMCSA: commercial vehicles an outsized roadway risk nationally
    FMCSA: commercial vehicles an outsized roadway risk nationally

    Here are two quick takeaways from accident-related data concerning commercial vehicles that was released last week by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. For starters, those vehicles -- ...

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  • Bicyclists and distracted riding: a legislative focus
    Bicyclists and distracted riding: a legislative focus

    Bicyclists in California and nationally obviously need to be protected while out on the road. Do they need to be protected from themselves, though? That is one material tangent focused upon in a ...

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  • Injury outcomes in motor vehicle accidents: widely varying
    Injury outcomes in motor vehicle accidents: widely varying

    When someone is injured in a vehicle accident, that can obviously signify many things. Some people luckily walk away from a car accident relatively unscathed, with perhaps just a bruise or minor ...

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  • Feds dole out grant money for California traffic-safety programs
    Feds dole out grant money for California traffic-safety programs

    We would surmise that most -- if not virtually all -- of our readers in Sacramento County and elsewhere across California are thoughtful, considerate and calm drivers. That doesn't stop your blood ...

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  • Who is at risk for getting into a bicycle accident?
    Who is at risk for getting into a bicycle accident?

    Riding your bike can be great, from both a transportation standpoint, as well as a fitness one. Many people like knowing they are getting their heart rate up and getting around, without having to get ...

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  • NHTSA holds airbag manufacturer responsible for its negligence
    NHTSA holds airbag manufacturer responsible for its negligence

    If you're one of our regular readers, then you've probably seen one of our many posts regarding defective airbags, particularly those manufactured by the Japanese company called Takata. Months ago, ...

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