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Auto Accident Handbook
This free auto accident handbook includes useful tips, do’s and don’ts, questions and answers, and a printable checklist that you can follow should you get in a car accident.
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Bicycle Helmet Safety
In 2011, 67 percent of those killed on a bicycle did not wear a helmet. This infographic shows how bicycle helmets save lives and why you should be wearing one.
Bike safely, view our infographic.View Infographic
Auto Accident Statistics
Our roads are full of distracted drivers who could care less about your life. Knowing this statistical data can help you make better decisions behind the wheel.
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Slip and Fall Q&A
We’ve compiled some of the most frequently asked questions for quick reference by people who were injured as a result of slipping and falling.
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Bus Accident Statistics
Bus accidents are devastating. In 2011 alone, 24,000 people were injured in accidents where buses were involved. It is important that you know your rights.
Know your rights following a bus accident.View Statistics
Common Mistakes Made Following an Auto Accident
At Fisher & Talwar, we are committed to educating people on their rights. In this article, our Los Angeles auto accident lawyer highlights five of the most common mistakes that people make after traffic collisions in Southern California.Read the Article
Do I Need to File a Police Report?
At Fisher & Talwar, our California car crash lawyers have the skills, experience, and knowledge to help injured victims recover full financial compensation.Read More
Do Car Accident Cases Have to Go to Court in Los Angeles?
Insurance companies often rely on an accident victim’s lack of experience with the settlement process to push lowball offers. Merely having an attorney present can often be enough to get the insurer to make a fair offer.Read More
Distracted Driving Statistics
There is a real problem when half of the people who support a ban on texting while driving do it behind the wheel anyway.
Find out what you can do to help stop distracted driving.View Statistics
What Are the Statutes of Limitations in California Car Accident Lawsuits?
In California, the statute of limitations is two years when it comes to any lawsuit arising from “injury to, or for the death of, an individual caused by the wrongful act or neglect of another.”Read More
Is It Worth It to File a Claim for a Fender Bender Accident?
Nobody expects a car accident to happen, yet collisions occur very often in the Los Angeles area. Some crashes are fender benders that involve relatively minor property damage and personal injuries, while other collisions are much more serious and can result in life-threatening or fatal injuries.Read More
Driving Under the Influence of Drugs in Los Angeles
If you were involved in a motor vehicle collision caused by a drugged driver, it is critical to begin working with a Los Angeles DUI accident lawyer to learn more about your options for seeking financial compensation.Read More
Drowsy Driving — How Is It Treated in Los Angeles?
Drivers in Los Angeles spend many long hours in their cars commuting to work and running errands. Given that so many drivers are on Los Angeles freeways, roads, and streets at any given point in time, there is often a relatively high likelihood of a motor vehicle accident.Read More
Concussion Following an Accident in LA, Do I Need an Attorney?
Concussions are among the most common serious injuries reported in the United States. According to the latest data put out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 2.9 million Americans seek emergency room assistance for concussions/traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) each year.Read More
How Can You Prove Negligence in an LA Car Accident?
According to the most recent data released by the California Highway Patrol (CHP), approximately 275,000 people are injured in motor vehicle collisions across the state annually. Unfortunately, some of the injuries are catastrophic, even life-altering. Nearly 4,000 people are killed in car accidents in California each year. Tens of thousands more suffer severe injuries.Read More
I Was Hit on My Bicycle by a Motor Vehicle in Los Angeles – What Should I Do?
Bicyclists are not second class citizens. Under California state law, cyclists have a clear right to the road. Sadly, far too many motorists still fail to safely share our public roadways with bicyclists. Bike accidents are a serious public safety hazard.Read More