The disadvantage that bicyclists face when involved in accidents with cars is apparent, yet some might argue that pedestrians face similar peril if and when they are involved in collisions with bicycles when walking on Pomona's sidewalks. Bicyclists are afforded the same privileges as motorists on the roadway, which may prompt some to claim that to ensure the safety of pedestrians, they should be limited to riding their bikes on the road. This, however, could increase the risk that bicyclists face from cars. An interpretation of the law is required, then, to come to a satisfactory conclusion to this debate.
Almost everyone loves dogs. We show our love by sharing cute videos of dogs on our Facebook pages or following famous pets on Instagram. Most dog lovers also own dogs and love them like their pets are their children.
As a California motorist, you know first-hand that traffic does not cease once the sun has set. Even in the nighttime hours, people are rushing home from work, going to work or just leaving for a night out on the town. While you may be used to driving at night, you may not realize the increased danger of becoming involved in an accident. According to the National Safety Council, you are three times more likely to be involved in a deadly accident at night than you are during the day. Why is there an increased danger and what can you do to minimize your risk of getting into an accident?
With summer around the corner, many people are looking forward to fireworks, days at the beach, family vacations and celebrations. However, this can be a dangerous time of year when it comes to traffic accidents, especially with regard to pedestrian accidents. While many children look forward to having a break from school, they may spend far more time near the road, whether they are riding bikes or walking around with friends. Moreover, some adults may be more likely to go for walks at certain times of day due to more favorable weather conditions (especially in certain parts of the country) and many people will find themselves in a pedestrian accident this summer.
The State of California affords undocumented workers the same rights and legal protections under the law as naturalized citizens, and this applies to employment and workers’ comp claims and third party lawsuits.