The San Mateo Police Department, Traffic Enforcement Unit, will be conducting A Labor Day Weekend Sobriety/Driver License Checkpoint. Labor Day is coming up and DUI task forces will be out looking for impaired drivers throughout this holiday weekend. There will be many saturated areas of police officers locally and they will pull anyone over that commits any minor traffic violation. … Continue Reading.
Just yesterday there was a multicar wreck in San Jose on the Capital Expressway. Six motorists between the other seven cars were taken to the hospital for injuries but were expected to survive and a police officer was treated for smoke inhalation from helping put out the car fire. If you or a loved one were effected in this auto… Continue Reading.
When someone has been involved in a car accident and wants to take legal action to receive compensation for their medical expenses and pain and suffering, there are many factors that could impact the case. For example, if a police investigation reveals that someone was texting while driving or if a driver was intoxicated, these details can have a significant… Continue Reading.
Car accidents real fact; Even though most drivers are well aware of how dangerous the roads can be and try to do what they can to avoid an accident, stories that involve a negligent driver still appear in the news. In San Francisco and throughout California, these crashes continue to result in serious injury and even death. Whether an auto… Continue Reading.
bus carrying a group of tourists near Yosemite crashed on Saturday. According to a KGO News.com report, the bus was nearing the south entrance on Highway 41 when it lost control on a winding road. It went off the road and crashed down a ravine before hitting a tree. Fortunately, no one was killed in the crash, but 15 passengers… Continue Reading.
Cars driving themselves: it sounds like something out of a science fiction movie. But all around the world, car makers are taking steps to turn that dream into a reality. Nissan, Toyota, Audi, and even Google are hard at work creating the first generation of autonomous vehicles. Proponents say that when human drivers are taken out of the equation, safety… Continue Reading.
Crash-test ratings released by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) have historically informed publications like Consumer Reports and have influenced auto buyers as a result. Although the IIHS is not a federal agency, its crash-test results are both respected by motorists and manufacturers alike and are highly-anticipated when new models are released into the marketplace.