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  • What Is the 51% Comparative Fault Rule in California?
    What Is the 51% Comparative Fault Rule in California?

    If you have been injured in an accident and found to be partially at-fault, you may still be able to file a claim. In California, the 51% comparative fault rule allows a person who is responsible for ...

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  • What to Do After a Collision with a Commercial Vehicle
    What to Do After a Collision with a Commercial Vehicle

    Drivers are legally responsible for following the rules of the road to avoid traffic collisions. Unfortunately, disaster can strike even when the rules are upheld; and it will almost certainly occur ...

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  • Preserving Evidence in a Personal Injury Case
    Preserving Evidence in a Personal Injury Case

    As in any lawsuit, the evidence is essential, and personal injury claims are no different. If you were injured in a car accident , a slip and fall accident , a truck accident, a bicycle accident , or ...

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  • Federal Trucking Regulations
    Federal Trucking Regulations

    Since 1939, the federal government has attempted to oversee and manage the interstate trucking industry in order to make sure operating commercial vehicles and trucks are done in the safest manner ...

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  • Should I Say
    Should I Say "Sorry" after an Accident?

    Two vehicles collide in an intersection after a truck driver runs a red light. The motorist who was following the law gets out of their vehicle and says that they are sorry to the trucker. Even though ...

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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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