Pedestrian Accident laws and the Personal Injury Claim
Pedestrian accidents routinely result in serious injuries and even death. The consequences can be devastating: • Long-term pain and suffering, both physical and emotional; • Mounting medical bills; and • Lost wages and income. Not to mention the tremendous amount of stress being injured in an accident can place on you and your entire family. […]Read more »
I was an Uber Passenger Injured In A Car Accident: Can I Sue?
Rideshare services like Uber have made getting around cities in California a lot easier. But if you were injured in an accident while a passenger in an Uber vehicle, you probably have a lot of questions. The rideshare accident attorneys at eAccidents can answer all of the questions you have about your Uber accident. Call […]Read more »
How To Prevent Your Car Insurance From Increasing
If it’s time for you to renew your car insurance, you may be dismayed to see that you are required to pay higher premiums for an additional period of coverage. Your insurance rates can increase for a variety of complex reasons that can be hard to accept, let alone understand. There are many factors that […]Read more »
Cost to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney
When a person has been injured in an accident caused by someone else, they are usually entitled to file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party to recover the following damages: • Medical bills incurred to treat their injuries; • Lost wages and income due to time off work; • Compensation for pain and […]Read more »
California Auto Accident Statistics
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of our lives, but there is one thing that has surprisingly remained the same in California—people are still being injured and losing their lives in auto accidents at an alarming rate. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), even with fewer vehicles on the road due […]Read more »
Back Pain After a Car Accident
Are you suffering back pain after a car accident? Even a minor collision can result in life-altering back injuries. Back pain is one of the worst and most common types of injuries after a car accident. Although the pain may not seem severe right now, it’s important to seek medical attention right away and to […]Read more »
Accident While Driving For Work: What to Know
If you are involved in an accident while driving for your employer, and you are classified as an employee, you potentially have a workers’ compensation claim to pursue. In addition, you possibly have a third-party personal injury lawsuit against the driver who caused the accident. In circumstances where a third-party driver caused your injuries, eAccidents […]Read more »
California Lane Splitting Law: Who Is At Fault?
While you may have never heard of the term lane splitting, you have certainly seen it out on the road. Lane splitting refers to riding a motorcycle between two lanes of slowed or stopped traffic, following the dotted lines that separate lanes of traffic in the roadway. Lane splitting is legal in California, and the […]Read more »
Distracted Driver on Cellphone Hit Me. What are my Rights?
Every time a person gets behind the wheel, they have a duty to drive safely and responsibly. But each year in the United States, motor vehicle accidents account for tens of thousands of fatalities on our roadways. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 3,142 Americans lost lives in 2019 due to distracted driving. […]Read more »
Electric Scooter Rentals: Injuries Are On The Rise, But Who is at Fault?
Along with motor vehicles, bicyclists, and pedestrians, we now share the roads, streets, and sidewalks with electric scooters, which are the latest means of transportation to hit the streets of major metropolitan areas like Los Angeles, San Francisco, and others across the country. Proponents say that electric scooters (also referred to as e-scooters) are better […]Read more »