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Police are Watching: Texting and Driving

Everyone knows the dangers of texting and driving. We’ve all seen the PSAs on TV, the warnings online, and cautionary tales in the news. However, texting and driving is still claiming lives, and the number is only rising. Those who drive while sending or reading...

Staying Safe on Memorial Day

More than 39 million travelers will be on the road this Memorial Day, a national holiday that honors the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. It’s marked by barbecues and pool parties, beach trips and camping, signaling the unofficial start...

What Can Bicycle Accident Victims Do When the Motorist Has No Insurance?

If you are struck by a motorist who has no insurance, what can you do? Go after the defendant, who likely has no assets? Good luck collecting even if you win a judgment. Best advice: make sure you have uninsured motorist coverage on your car...

Bike to Work Day is May 18 — Stay Safe!

May is National Bike Month, and May 18, 2017, is “Bike to Work Day.” Since an increasing number of bicycle crashes occur around the Los Angeles area, it is vital to pay attention to safety and to dedicate our awareness to the individuals most at...

Increase in Bicycle Fatalities: By the Numbers

Fatalities among bicyclists are on the rise. According to the NHTSA, 818  bicyclists were killed in collisions with motor vehicles in 2015 alone, up from 729 the year before. About 45,000 bicyclists were injured in general roadway collisions that year throughout the country. The statistics...

5 Quick Tips for Cinco de Mayo Safety

Happy Cinco de Mayo, Los Angeles! We all know what a fun day this can be, especially when it falls on a Friday. And by all means, celebrate with friends and family. But be extra careful out there – because there’s bound to be a...