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28 | Sep
28 September 2016 By James Johnson

Traffic Deaths in 2015 Grow 7.2 Percent, Largest Hike in 50 Years

The number of people who have died in traffic accidents nationwide went up 7.2 percent in 2015 over the previous year, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Indeed, this was a dramatic increase for just one year. In fact, the highest single-year jump since 1966 when there was […]

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11 | Jul
11 July 2016 By James Johnson

Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage: Why You Should Never Drive Without it

Driver’s need to be aware that in order to protect themselves against injuries from a driver who is underinsured or uninsured they should purchase their own Underinsured (UIM) or Uninsured (UM) coverage. UM/UIM coverage would also cover you if you sustained injuries if you were a pedestrian, bicyclist or you were involved in a hit […]

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06 | Jul
06 July 2016 By James Johnson

What Can You Do if You Spot a Drunk Driver?

Most people know better than to drink and drive these days, but unfortunately there are still thousands of California drivers who get behind the wheel after drinking. These drivers too often get into serious or deadly crashes and they are responsible for roughly a third of all fatal accidents and 60 percent of wrong-way driver […]

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17 | Jun
17 June 2016 By James Johnson

Huntington Beach Car Accident Attorney

The city of Huntington Beach is known throughout the world as a surfer’s paradise with its pristine sandy beaches that stretch for 8.5 miles. While the city’s beach and its iconic pier are a big draw to this community, the city of Huntington Beach also attracts millions of other people annually to its numerous events. […]

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